Tag Archives: Mission Framework

Lessons from Ephesus

Generally speaking, the Church at Ephesus presents an interesting timeline of the early Church given that a decent sized chunk of NT Scriptures are directed toward it. The reason for this is two of the pastoral letters were written to … Continue reading

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Christian marriage components

I’ve been viewing this discussion on the components of Christian marriage on Donal’s post. The fact that we have to call it “Christian marriage” in the first place is bad. Marriage is created by God and defined by God. Hence, … Continue reading

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Marital needs, marital wants and maturity

I brought up this topic in the previous post on service is not submission. 2 Timothy 3:16 All Scripture is [h]inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for [i]training in righteousness; 17 so that the man … Continue reading

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Service is not submission

This seems to be a common theme coming out from both egalitarian and complementarian camps. I was reminded of this from the recent Dalrock post on hierarchy equals abuse. Service in Greek is diacon (diaconia/diaconos), which is also the word … Continue reading

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The Scriptures, Tradition and Canon

I’ve thought about writing this for a long time. We’ll see where this goes. Cane and Moose have been discussing some of these things, which prompted me to take another look at it. Jesus, for the most part, almost always … Continue reading

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There is no grace and mercy without justice and why men are leaders

One of the interesting things I’ve meditated on in the past was the context of the Old Testament with respect to the New Testament. I’ve posted along these lines before, but I really didn’t understand it until now. There is … Continue reading

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The leadership of a husband

What is love? Ephesians 5:25 Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ also loved the church and gave Himself up for her, 26 so that He might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water with the word, … Continue reading

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A Christian understanding of attraction and the role it plays in marriage Part 2

I’ve had a request to write on why attraction is important for Christian [marriages]. I had previously written a Christian understanding of attraction, but it’s been a couple years and my knowledge of the Scripture has broadened considerably since then. … Continue reading

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Options and escape plans

Donal has a good post clarifying the main point(s) of my previous three posts on Intelligent submission is not required, Submission is a test of faith, Women’s sin nature in marriage and contentment. Sometimes it helps to have another person … Continue reading

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Women’s sin nature in marriage and contentment

The comments of Intelligent submission is not required and Submission is a test of faith have reaffirmed my conclusion from the Genesis 3 analysis in Genesis 3, the sin nature of women, good leadership, and female contentment. The funny thing if … Continue reading

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