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Church English?

Reading this provocatively titled post (“Are sisters brothers?”) on Better Bibles Blog, I wondered again about Bible translation and the flux of language. A couple of things caught my attention in Wayne Leman’s musings. First, the poll results about the reference to “brothers” in this scenario, “Susan is a 20-something Christian. She recently returned from […]

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Headship and Submission

Can complementarians and egalitarians peacefully co-exist? Is there that much that divides us? Sarah Sumner, a professor at at the Haggard School of Theology at Azusa Pacific University, thinks not. On the Christianity Today site, she writes on Bridging the Ephesians 5 Divide: A fresh look at what this controversial marriage passage says—and doesn’t say. […]

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