Mimi Haddad - Reading Scripture through a Patriarchal Lens - How Masculine Christianity Distorts Divine and Human Ontology

Organization: ETS National
Price: $4.00 FREE

Are men and women ontologically equal? CBE represents a biblical conservative view which advocates for the egalitarian view. A recording from the ETS 2016 national meeting from the section, Other Voices in Interpretation. About this conference - The 68th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society with the theme - The Trinity - November 15-17, 2016, in San Antonio, TX.

Mimi Haddad A speaker for the 2022 National meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society

Also of Interest - Customers who purchased this item also purchased the following items

-The Bible and the Trinity in Recent Thought - Review, Analysis, and Constructive ProposalScott Swain
-The Rationality of Faith - How Does Christianity Make Sense of ThingsAlister E. McGrath
A Biblically Compassionate Response to Transgender PersonsAlbert Mohler
Anneke Stasson - Virgin Mothers - An Evangelical Theology of WomanhoodAnneke Stasson
Bill Loader - Two Views on Homosexuality, the Bible, and the ChurchBill Loader
D. Glenn Butner, Jr. - How Eternal Functional Subordination Undermines Transactional Atonement TheoriesD. Glenn Butner
Eternal Functional Subordination and Inseparable Operations - Trinitarian Theology and GenderStephen R. Holmes
Gerald R. McDermott - Jonathan Edwards on Divine BeautyGerald McDermott
Jack Davis - Trinity and Gender - How Complementarians Should Not Argue for Their PositionJack Davis
Lucy Peppiatt - Man as the Image and Glory of God and Woman as the Glory of Man - Perspicuity or AmbiguityLucy Peppiatt