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Women and Men in Ministry: A Complementary Perspective Hardcover – May 1, 2001
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I have long waited for a book on women and men in ministry that had the right tone, asked the right questions, and pursued the right balance. This work, edited by Robert Saucy and Judith TenElshof, delivers just that and more. It shifts the discussion from the areas of rights and power so popular in our culture to one of complementary ministry, so that the body is seen working together in harmony as God designed it to be. Well done!
-Darrell L. Bock, Research Professor for New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
This is a book that needed to be written! It will help all of us be sensitive to the many ways women can serve in the church, yet maintaining important biblical distinctions. Excellent contribution to an on-going controversy.
-Erwin W. Lutzer, Senior Pastor, The Moody Church
About the Author
JUDITH K. TENELSHOF (B.A., California State University; M.A., Talbot School of Theology, M.A. Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary) is a professor of Christian Ministry and Leadership at Talbot School of Theology. She has established and directed counseling centers in churches and Christian schools, and is the founder and vice president of Hilltop Renewal Center for Christian Leaders. She is the general editor of Men and Women in Ministry: A Complementary Perspective and has also authored several journal articles and chapters in three additional books. Judith resides in Brea, California.
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Clinton Arnold (Ph.D., University of Aberdeen; Post-Doctoral Study, University of Tübingen, Germany) is Dean of Talbot School of Theology. He has had a special interest in the historical and cultural setting of the letters of Paul and has published extensively in the area.
Dr. Ten Elshof (M.A, Talbot School of Theology; Ph.D. Fuller Seminary) is Professor of Christian Ministry and Leadership at Talbot School of Theology. In addition to co-editing this book, she has authored several journal articles as well as chapters in 3 books.
Tom Finley (M.Div., TST, Ph.D., UCLA) is professor and chair of the OT and Semitics Department at TST. His area of expertise is Northwest Semitic languages. He has published numerous books and articles in his field.
John Coe (M.A., Talbot School of Theology; M.A., Western Kentucky University; Ph.D., University of California, Irvine) is Professor of Philosophy and Spiritual Theology and Director, Institute for Spiritual Formation at TST. He has published two books and presented several papers at professional conferences.
Mike Wilkins (M.Div., TST; Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary) is Distinguished Professor of New Testament Language and Literature at TST. Dr.Read more ›