Kissing Traditionalism Good-bye

At the Gospel Coalition Women’s Conference this past summer, Jennie Allen interviewed Nancy Leigh DeMoss and me about women in ministry, how we grapple with traditionalism, exercising our gifts, and ministering in a complementarian context.

The answers aren’t simplistic. Scripture doesn’t give us easy checklists . . .  so we need to hold to the authority of the Word of God, rely on the counsel of the Holy Spirit, and “grapple on” with how to best display God’s created order in this day and age in our respective churches and lives.

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Mary Kassian

Mary Kassian

Mary Kassian is an award-winning author, internationally renowned speaker, and a distinguished professor at Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. She has published several books, Bible studies, and videos. At home in Alberta, Canada, Mary watches lots of sports! Her sons play ice hockey and her husband, Brent, is chaplain for the local professional football team. The Kassians enjoy biking, hiking, snorkeling, music, board games, mountains, campfires, and their family’s black lab, General Beau.

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