One day I was walking along a path in WordPress Woods. As I was admiring one particularly lovely bush of vibrantly-colored roses, a female fox popped out. In her mouth, she carried one of her pups with a word written on its forehead. She laid the pup at my feet, and barked. As I picked up the pup, it opened its pretty green eyes, and I understood: The fox mother was the Vocabulary Vixen, and her pup was a new word I’d never seen before.
That word was “Complementarian”.
Complementarianism is a theological view held by some in Christianityand other world religions, such as Islam, that menand women have different but complementary roles and responsibilities in marriage, familylife, religious leadership, and elsewhere.
QUESTION: What do you think of complementarianism…
As a word?
As a lifestyle?
As a religious practice?
Share your thoughts!