Truly Biblical Complementarianism?

The Spin was told last week that the Big Eva Establishment will likely not engage us on the complementarianism issue because of our decision to adopt a tone of mockery relative to certain expressions of the movement.  Being ridiculed is, of course, an occupational hazard for those who say ridiculous things; and I had always thought there were other reasons why we are generally ignored by Big Eva or only engaged in a passive-aggressive kind of way.
 

Nevertheless, I do seriously hope that the complementarian establishment engage Scot McKnight who has today published a set of theses for what he believes to be a more biblically balanced complementarianism.  It is actually what I thought the Bible always taught, rather than the reactions to third wave feminism which now seem to have gripped the complementarian imagination.

 

Here’s a taster:

 

[T]he truly complementarian talks about serving his wife the way Christ served the church and tells us stories about what he did recently for his wife.

 

Read the whole thing here.