On Christianity Today’s new blog, they have a post about Bill Hybels not passing out Mark Driscoll’s DVD on church planting because he includes no women church planters and does not allow women to leaders within the church. I think it is wonderful that Bill is standing up for women in ministry. The three women who have commented on the thread think it is wonderful as well. But all of the men (four at this point) are complementarians who think that Driscoll is right. I thought it might be nice if a few more egalitarians were represented in the comments to show that it’s more than just a few women who are “obviously disobeying God” who believe it is biblical for women to hold leadership positions within the church. If you have some time today, wander over and join the conversation. Also remember to thank Bill for standing up for biblical, egalitarian principles.
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That’s really an impressive thing to know about Hybels. Hurrah.
You’re welcome April. Welcome to my site. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment.
Thank you so much for this. I’m just now catching up on the Wednesday Festivals. I will head over to the link later. But thanks.
You’re welcome. I saw you comment on the thread. Thank you for going over and joining in.
Said thank you. thank you for the link.