Most millennials have never heard of complementarianism. So how do we teach and model it to them well?
In the last of a three-part interview,* Mark Dever interviews Tim Keller about his book-writing ministry, how he attempts to confront a secular audience with the gospel, and more.
The primeval account of the first man and woman has, I think, served as a frequent inspiration for artists because we can see how the same characteristics attending the first man and woman—relationship with God, love, desire, sin—still indwell us today.
In the last three decades there has not been a comprehensive and scholarly biblical theology of manhood and womanhood. Until now.