Headship does not mean micromanaging every decision

I wrote the other day regarding the role of male headship in marriage on a complementarian understanding. I have previously written on this here and

Is this approach to complementarianism just dressed up egalitarianism?

A while ago, I wrote this post in response to some questions posed online by Beth Moore. Whilst the questions were quite specific, the article

Complementarianism and answering Beth Moore’s valid questions

Yesterday I saw the following tweets from Beth Moore: I didn’t reply on Twitter because (understandably) she wanted to keep replies to a ‘two tweet’

Piper and the prohibition on female seminary professors Pt III: problems for each position

I have recently been considering John Piper’s prohibition on female seminary professors. In my first post, I noted that a range of views exist among

A return to John Piper and prohibition on female seminary professors: the problem of parachurch

John Piper recently kicked off some controversy when he pronounced that women should not be seminary professors. You can read my comments on that here.

On John Piper and his prohibition on female seminary professors

John Piper has, once again, set tongues wagging. In one of his recent Desiring God interviews, Piper has argued that women should not teach at seminary