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December 31, 2004


Kevin Rector

That homily really resonated with me. For far too long headship/submission has been seen in terms of power over an other. It's so much more beautiful (and theologically accurate) to understand these ideas in terms of sacrifice for the sake of the other.


Scott, I'm wondering what it is in this homily that you are not able to fully embrace, as you say. How is it possible to deny such a theological understanding of headship ordered in the Trinity, while at the same time not affirming gender as ultimately a social construct? I'm interested to hear your "balanced" perspective.

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