Genesis 3:16 & Complementarianism with Wendy Alsup | Theology Gals | Episode 26

On this episode of Theology Gals Wendy Alsup joins Coleen and Ashley to discuss complementarianism and Genesis 3:16. What is the historical and correct interpretation of Genesis 3:16 and what are some practical implications of how we understand this passage? The Gals talk to Wendy about these things.

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Episode Resources:
Check out Wendy's blog Practical Theology for Women

A (Somewhat) Scholarly Analysis of Genesis 3:16 by Wendy Alsup

Toward a Better Reading: Reflections on the Permanent Changes to the Text of Genesis 3:16 in the ESV Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3 by Wendy Alsup

A Unified Field Theory on Gender by Wendy Alsup

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Complementarianism Part 1 | Theology Gals | Episode 25

On this episode of Theology Gals, Coleen and Ashley discuss complementarianism. This is an introduction to complementarianism, the first in a series.
Episode Resources:
What is Complementarianism? by Matt Slick

Completion vs Complementarianism by Marissa Namirr

A Response to Kevin DeYoung's 9 Marks by Aimee Byrd

Listening to Women by Aimee Byrd

A Unified Field Theory on Gender by Wendy Alsup

Thomas Jefferson, Headship, and I Corinthians 11 by Wendy Alsup

Continuing Down This Path, Complementarians Lose by Rachel Miller

Is Complementarian Just Another Word for Patriarchy? by Rachel Miller

On Headship and Households by Aimee Byrd

Hierarchy and Subordination vs. Headship and Household Mission by Aimee Byrd

Now I'm really confused about Complementarianism Todd Pruitt

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A Heart Set Free with Christina Fox | Theology Gals | Episode 24

On this episode of Theology Gals Coleen and Ashley talk with Christina Fox about her book A Heart Set Free: A Journey to Hope Through the Psalms of Lament. How should we deal with our emotions through trials and times of suffering? What can we learn from the Psalms about crying out to God? We discuss these things with Christina and talk about resting in who God is even in the midst of difficult times.

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Episode Resources:
Christina's book A Heart Set Free: A Journey to Hope Through the Psalms of Lament

Information on Christina's new book Closer Than a Sister:How Union with Christ Helps Friendship to Flourish coming in October (pre-order here)

Check out Christina's blog
Some Helpful blog posts by Christina:
How I Gleaned Hope From the Darkest Psalm

Helping the Hurting

I Came Messy and Ashamed

The Promise Keeping God

The Problem With Too Much Introspection

When Suffering Doesn't End

Waiting on the Lord

 
Recommended by Coleen on this Episode:
The Suffering and the Glory of Psalm 22 by Robert Godfrey

Discovering Christ in the Psalms by Nick Batzig

 

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Eternal Subordination of the Son with Rachel Miller | Theology Gals | Episode 23

On this episode of Theology Gals Coleen and Ashley discuss Eternal Subordination of the Son with Rachel Miller. Rachel blogs at A Daughter of the Reformation.

Recommended Resources from Rachel:

The “Best of” on the Trinity Debate

Trinity Controversy Omnibus

Articles by Rachel Miller on Eternal Subordination:

ANSWERING FOUR COMMON LAYMEN RESPONSES TO THE ESS/EFS/ERAS DEBATE

DOES THE SON ETERNALLY SUBMIT TO THE AUTHORITY OF THE FATHER?

ETERNAL SUBORDINATION OF THE SON AND THE ESV STUDY BIBLE

SURPRISED BY ORTHODOXY: RESPONDING TO THE ETERNAL SUBORDINATION OF THE SON USING THE PRO-NICENE FATHERS

CONFESSING THE TRIUNE GOD: RETRIEVING NICENE FAITH FOR TODAY’S CHURCH- RTS HOUSTON

A REFLECTION AND SOME LINGERING CONCERNS AFTER THE RTS TRINITY CONFERENCE

WHICH IS IT?

ETERNAL SUBORDINATION OF THE SON AND BOOKS FOR WOMEN

ETERNAL SUBORDINATION OF THE SON AND BOOKS FOR YOUTH

ETERNAL SUBORDINATION OF THE SON AND WAYNE GRUDEM’S SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY

CBMW’S BLOG SERIES ON THE ETERNAL SUBORDINATION OF THE SON

ETERNAL SUBORDINATION OF THE SON AND BIBLICAL PATRIARCHY

GRUDEM AND WARE DOUBLE DOWN ON THE ETERNAL SUBORDINATION OF THE SON

THE NIV ZONDERVAN STUDY BIBLE: A COMPARISON OF STUDY NOTES

THE REFORMATION STUDY BIBLE (ESV): A COMPARISON OF STUDY NOTES

DOES IT MATTER WHAT WOMEN ARE TAUGHT?

WE NEED A NEW NAME

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When Your Husband is Addicted to Pornography with Vicki Tiede | Theology Gals | Episode 22

On this episode of Theology Gals Coleen and Ashley talk with Vicki Tiede about her book When Your Husband is Addicted to Pornography: Healing Your Wounded Heart. This episode is not just for women who find themselves with a husband addicted to pornography. This episode is for all Christian women because we also address other topics including how we can help our sisters who are struggling through this situation.

Episode Note: Because this is a sensitive topic, please do not listen with children in the room. This episode is also not appropriate for our teenage listeners.

 
Episode Resources:
When Your Husband Is Addicted to Pornography: Healing Your Wounded Heart by Vicki Tiede

Vicki Tiede's Website

Vicki Tiede’s blog

Information on support groups

Check out the rest of Vicki’s books

 

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