There’s a lot of talk these days about what complementarianism is and isn’t. What does the Bible mean when it says–when God says–the husband is the head of the home and the wife is to submit to her husband? Is it as bad as the egalitarian’s like to paint it? In this episode, Anthony and Amy talk about how they apply the Scriptures and their God-appointed roles in their own marriage.
This week Amy shares her testimony of how God saved her out of feminism in the context of reading Aimee Byrd’s controversial 2020 book, “Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood.” Anthony and Amy also discuss the errors of applying literacy criticism to the Scriptures.
With that, here’s my review of Julie Roys’ Redeeming the Feminine Soul: God’s Surprising Vision for Womanhood.
Not knowing much about Roys, I had read some of her work on the Internet. She struck me as a formidable Christian journalist, and still does.[*] My wife is an avid reader and I thought she’d enjoy something different, so I bought it for her.