Annotated Bibliography for Gender Related Articles in 2001 -- By: Anonymous

Journal: Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood
Volume: JBMW 07:2 (Fall 2002)
Article: Annotated Bibliography for Gender Related Articles in 2001
Author: Anonymous


Annotated Bibliography
for Gender Related Articles in 2001

Compiled and Annotated by Rob Lister and Todd L. Miles
Managing Editor and Assistant Managing Editor, respectively
Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood
Louisville, Kentucky

Here is our profile of gender related books from the year 2001. As always, this list is not comprehensive, but we do hope that it is helpful. Once again, we begin with a brief explanation of what we intend by the following four headings.

By Complementarian, we intend to classify those authors/books who uphold the full equality of male and female personhood while also recognizing a God-given ordering of roles in the home and church. By Egalitarian, we intend to classify evangelicals who do not see male headship in the church or the home taught in Scripture. Under the Non-Evangelical heading, we have classified important secular works as well as books that broach the subject of biblical gender issues from a non-evangelical point of view. Once again, though many in this category deny complementarity, we feel that it would be a misrepresentation to classify them alongside evangelical feminists. Finally, under the Undeclared heading, we have listed those volumes that do not give sufficient indication of their fundamental stance for us to classify them more specifically.

Complementarian Authors/Books

Beck, James R. and Craig L. Blomberg, eds. Two Views on Women in Ministry. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2001.

This book includes essays by complementarians Thomas R. Schreiner and Ann L. Bowman and egalitarians Craig S. Keener and Linda L. Belleville. This volume was summarized in JBMW 6/1 (Fall 2001). Also in JBMW 6/1 is a response essay written by Schreiner, responding to the essays of the other contributors.

Clarke, Greg and Amelia Clarke. One Flesh: A Practical Guide to Honeymoon Sex and Beyond. Kingsford, Australia: Matthias Media, 2001.

The Clarkes provide a very capable and thoughtful discussion of sanctified sexuality. They honor sex as God’s good gift within the restraints that God has intended. They base their advice and practical counsel on a solid theology of sex that is laid out in the early chapters of their book. Christians newly, and not so newly wed, will benefit from this book.

Cutrer, William and Sandra Glahn. Sexual Intimacy in Marriage. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2001.

Cutrer and Glahn provide thoughtful and tasteful treatment of one of the greatest joys of married life. Discussing everything from biology to romantic tips, the authors engage in a treatment that acknowledges sex as God’s good gift to married partners. In ...

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