Is Gender Equality a Biblical Ideal?
- Should women be allowed to lead in the church and the home?
- What does the Bible mean when it calls Eve "helper"?
- How do cultural beliefs devalue women?
- How can we foster egalitarian beliefs in other cultures?
These are just some of the questions answered in the five-part DVD series, Is Gender Equality a Biblical Ideal?
Over five lectures, the series provides a comprehensive overview on the Bible's teaching of shared leadership between men and women. Specific topics include the Old and New Testaments, church history, strategies for justice, and working cross culturally. Originally developed for NGOs, this lecture series is perfect for individuals, small groups, or organization-wide training.
The DVD series includes one companion study guide. Order extra copies of the companion study guide for your group!
Dr. Mimi Haddad is president of Christians for Biblical Equality. She is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and holds a PhD in historical theology from the University of Durham, England. Palmer Theological Seminary of Eastern University awarded Mimi an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity in 2013. Haddad is part of the leadership of Evangelicals for Justice and is a consultant for World Vision. She has written more than one hundred articles and blog posts and has contributed to ten books. She is also an editor and a contributing author of Global Voices on Biblical Equality: Women and Men Serving Together in the Church. Mimi is an adjunct assistant professor at Fuller Theological Seminary (Houston, TX). She and her husband, Dale, live in the Twin Cities, MN.
Sean Callaghan has over 20 years of experience in international development, including a decade coaching social entrepreneurs and facilitating leadership development. He has been a consultant for numerous organizations across Africa and the Middle East in the areas of strategic development, program design, strategic communications and conflict, peace and reconciliation programs. He is married to Monica Callaghan and has three children. He planted and pastored a church in Johannesburg, South Africa, before moving to London six years ago.