Christian complementarity is the conviction that God created men and women as his image-bearers — equal in dignity and distinct in role.
Contrary to popular opinion, the Scripture’s distinctive roles for men and women are not the cultural fads of a bygone era, but integral aspects of God’s good design for humanity, and therefore integral aspects toward humanity’s end — to glorify God by enjoying him forever.
And that’s why we’re excited to announce the release of our latest ebook, Good: The Joy of Christian Manhood and Womanhood, which is available in three formats, free of charge.
We have teamed up with the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood to produce a multi-contributor volume that aims at a fresh articulation of God’s good design in creating men and women. This new resource — the collaboration of 14 contributors — seeks to cast a vision for manhood and womanhood that is rooted more in beauty than mere ideology, more in gladness than mere position.
The book’s aim is to capture and highlight the glorious reality that God, after creating humans male and female, looked at his creation and called it good.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: How Does the Gospel Shape Gender?
Chapter 1: Being a Man and Acting Like One
Chapter 2: Masculinity Handed Down
Chapter 3: The Happy Call to Holistic Provision
Chapter 4: The Feminine Focus
Chapter 5: The Nature of a Woman’s Nurture
Chapter 6: What Is Submission?
Chapter 7: Everyday Godward
Chapter 8: Discipline for Our Good
Chapter 9: Training Our Kids in a Transgender World
Chapter 10: Good News for the Not-Yet-Married
Chapter 11: Purity We Can Count On
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Chapter 12: My Recovery from Feminism
Chapter 13: Immature Manhood and the Hope of Something Better
Afterword: The Glad Conviction