Some of the more fascinating videos I’ve found, it explores complementarianism in its most ancient context.
1 Corinthians 8 talks about food sacrificed to idols. The Corinthian church was infamous for it’s in-fighting and divisions, it’s unfairness and inequality, it’s acceptance of sinning sinners and the sins they sin, among other things. If there was a church that didn’t get anything right, that is, if they got anything right at all, […]
The second air-tight, undeniable argument showing male headship before the fall is: “The representation – Adam, not Eve, had a special role in representing the human race. Look at the Genesis narrative, we find that Eve sinned first, and then Adam sinned. (Genesis 3:6.) Since Eve sinned first, we might expect that the New […]