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Divine Design: God's Complementary Roles for Men and Women
     

Divine Design: God's Complementary Roles for Men and Women

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by John MacArthur
 

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ISBN-10: 0781443679

ISBN-13: 2900781443677

Pub. Date: 08/03/2006

Publisher: David C Cook

Our society today has tried to fit men and women in the same interchangeable mold. The church has begun to buy into this confusing, frighteningly secular hybrid that has led to a treacherous rift that is ruining marriages, dividing families, and splitting churches top to bottom. Yet God divinely designed each sex with unique qualities and strengths.

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Overview

Our society today has tried to fit men and women in the same interchangeable mold. The church has begun to buy into this confusing, frighteningly secular hybrid that has led to a treacherous rift that is ruining marriages, dividing families, and splitting churches top to bottom. Yet God divinely designed each sex with unique qualities and strengths.

In his thorough, no-nonsense style, John MacArthur, Jr. sets aside prevailing cultural standards and helps you understand and apply the biblical principles for men's and women's roles.

Discover the beauty, balance, and benefits of God's unique role for you in this practical, well-researched tool.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2900781443677
Publisher:
David C Cook
Publication date:
08/03/2006
Series:
John Macarthur Study
Edition description:
New
Pages:
224

Table of Contents

Contents

Introduction,
Part One: The Attack on God's Design,
1 Creation to Corruption,
2 The Case for Authority and Submission,
Part Two: God's Design for Marriage,
3 Marriage as It Was Meant to Be,
4 The Excellent Wife at Work,
5 A Different Place in God's Plan,
Part Three: God's Design for the Church,
6 The Church's Leading Men,
7 God's High Call for Women,
8 The Character of Service,
9 For the Sake of the Kingdom,
Discussion Guide,

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Divine Design: God's Complementary Roles for Men and Women 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't discount this book based on the cover, read it end to end.
tallTale More than 1 year ago
Why am I not surprised a man wrote this? The author clearly thinks women are better in the home as wives and mothers than out in the work force. What in reality should happen is he should realize either parents can make the decision to be a home maker or goto work. Trying to restrict what anyone wants or doesn't want leads to unhappiness in life. A waste of a book, I would skip this one.  If a woman wants to be a home maker great, but using the bible to tell her do doesn't want her to be in the work force is a backwards step in an equal society. Also the author must not be well researched in what science actually says not he difference between the sexes. That they are miniscule in terms on brain cognition! There was just a ted talk on this. That the biggest gap between men and women was in language and the difference showed that only 33% of men were worse than women. That was the biggest gap! Don't bother.