The Hole in our complementarianism

The Hole in our complementarianism

Where a good many complementarian men would shirk from putting a woman in “her place,” most complementarian women will make no bones about it, and neither would I at that point. Most women at my school eagerly embraced their complementary status, and were quick to trash talk those who didn’t as not knowing the Bible as well as we did. (I mean, didn’t they know what Paul said?) I am ashamed to admit, I even questioned the salvation of those who didn’t practice as we did.

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