This article discusses the authority of the Bible. It considers what makes the Bible authoritative: its inspiration and its author. Further, the article goes on to consider the character of the Bible: it is a covenant document, which means it's about a relationship as well as rules. Finally, the article draws implications that this has for the church.
This article analyzes the assumption that the patriarchal culture instituted in the Old Testament is a moral evil that was abolished through the coming of the fullness of redemption in Christ. This paper focuses on evangelical feminism. The author wants to understand the implications of embracing this assumption for the authority of the Bible as the infallible Word of God. His central question is whether adopting this assumption undermines scriptural authority.