Women, Slaves, and the Gender Debate Paperback

A complementarian response to the redemptive-movement hermeneutic

by Benjamin Reaoch;

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Women, Slaves, and the Gender Debate

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The redemptive-movement hermeneutic is a new and seductive egalitarian argument. It is also a fascinating hermeneutical discussion as it relates to issues such as slavery. This book deals thoroughly with these issues from a complementarian perspective.

Women, Slaves, and the Gender Debate by Benjamin Reaoch was published by P & R Publishing in August 2012. The ISBN for Women, Slaves, and the Gender Debate is 9781596384019.

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"A cogent reminder on exactly what is at stake in the gender debate. He recognizes that the debate over roles in marriage and family structure tears away at the warp and woof of who God is and what He had in mind for the man and woman created in His image. . . . Reaoch harmonizes and interfaces appropriately faithful exegesis and consistent hermeneutical methodology so that there is no question of authority or the nature of truth. Whether complementarian or egalitarian, you need to read this book. The complementarian author interacts with egalitarians respectfully by letting them speak for themselves and responsibly by pointing out the underlying issue for all, i.e., does God say what He means and mean what He says." - Dorothy Kelley Patterson

"Ben Reaoch carefully sets forth and analyzes the views of those promoting development in a redemptive-historical hermeneutic. Not only does Reaoch fairly and accurately describe the position, but he also conducts a careful evaluation in which the exegetical and hermeneutical weaknesses of the view are unfolded. I commend enthusiastically this major and convincing treatment of one of the central hermeneutical debates of the day." -Thomas Schreiner

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Details for Women, Slaves, and the Gender Debate

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherP & R Publishing (August 2012)
Number of Pages193
Thickness18 mm
Height226 mm
Width150 mm
Product Code4054591
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