An Interdisciplinary Approach
to Evangelical Feminism
Evangelicalism today is a house deeply divided over the issue of women. This seminar offers a closer examination of the role of women in the Church through an interdisciplinary approach. Moving from a functional to a sacramental or ontological understanding of women’s role will hopefully find a way to transcend the current impasse. Hear arguments on complementarianism and egalitarianism from Drs. Simon Chan, Andrew Spurgeon and Sim Swee Kee as they help us navigate this divisive issue. Those of us who struggle with this divisive issue, or who want to know what the Bible says about the role of women are strongly encouraged to attend this seminar.
(PhD, Cambridge) was formerly Earnest Lau Professor of Systematic Theology at Trinity Theological College. Currently, he is editor of the Asia Journal of Theology and continues to conduct spiritual retreats for lay leaders at TTC.
Professor of New Testament Studies at Singapore Bible College. Dr. Spurgeon serves on the Executive Board of Asia Theological Association. He is one of three New Testament Editors for Asia Bible Commentary (ABC) and chairs the Publications Committee for ATA.
After completing her Doctor of Ministry with Golden Gate BTS, Swee Kee went on to serve as a lecturer with Baptist Theological Seminary. She is currently the seminary’s Director of Ministry Partnerships as well as oversees the Lay Leaders Development Programme.
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