Interviews on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood

The World Needs Women Ministers

by John Piper

In episode 388, Pastor John discusses the importance of women as ministers.

God, Guns, and Biblical Manhood

by John Piper

In episode 306, Pastor John discusses why he doesn’t own a gun, even for the sake of protection.

What Is “Strong Feminine Womanhood?”

by John Piper

In Episode 65, Pastor John talks about the biblical vision of womanhood.

Biblical Womanhood in Five Minutes

by John Piper

“Every woman you look at on the street is a potential queen of heaven because she is created in the imago Dei (the image of God).”

The Doctrine of Biblical Complementarity

Theology Refresh: Podcast for Christian Leaders

by Darrin Patrick

Darrin Patrick discusses the doctrine of biblical complementarity and encourages men that we're not trying to replicate Adam, rather we're to be like Jesus.

Is It Wrong for Men to Listen to Female Speakers?

by John Piper

John Piper says that it is not wrong for a man to listen to a female speaker, unless he starts to look at her as his pastor.

Why Don't Women Ever Read or Pray In Bethlehem's Church Services?

by John Piper

John Piper gives his perspective on the pulpit in corporate worship.

Do You Think Complementarianism Is So Important to Some People That They Deny Women More Opportunities Than the Bible Denies Them?

by John Piper

John Piper says that having different roles is right, even if the application of them is sometimes ambiguous or unwisely implemented.

What Would You Say to a Couple Who Feel Very Differently About the Direction Their Life Should Take?

by John Piper

John Piper clarifies what it means for a husband to lead and tells how the Lord can work to unite a couple in their calling.

Should Women Become Pastors?

by John Piper

John Piper clarifies how male and female roles complement each other at home and at church.

Why Do You Think Some People Reject the Command That Wives Should Submit to Their Husbands?

by John Piper

John Piper considers the primary misconception that people have about biblical submission.