50 Crucial Questions

Has the media made you confused as to what most conservative Christians cling to as the difference in a man and a woman? Are you looking for something that can help you answer the questions of others when they ask your opinion of women in the church? Are you willing to invest a little bit of time in this? If so, the new book 50 Crucial Questions by John Piper and Wayne Grudem is for you.

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This book is an excerpt of a much longer document that dealt in greater detail the case for Biblical manhood and womanhood. While the document was originally published in the 1990’s, the process and formulation of words started decades earlier. While many in our current culture want to do away with the ideas of gender and typical traits of being a man or a woman, the goal of this publication is to enlighten readers what Scripture says about fifty topics.

If you’re looking for a condensed reading of a broad range of topics within the realm of manhood and womanhood, this is a great asset. It is short enough that you do not get bogged down in the details. It is deep enough to give sufficient explanation for sticky topics. It is also broad enough that it answers many people have about how the church views the different genders.

While you can pick up the book for free from this link, I would encourage you to purchase the book to help support the publisher and the work that they are doing.

I received the book for free in exchange for an unbiased review of the book. These words are my own and have not been influenced in any way by the publisher.

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