This article explains that the headship of the husband is the authority given to him by which he is expected to treat his wife and children as Christ pleases. It is characterized by love and a reflection of Christ and the Father. However, this headship can also be abused, and the author explains how.
Moore states that debates over gender very seldom have to do just with roles in church offices or roles in the home. It often reflects little more than one’s larger stance in the Christian response to contemporary culture. Moore argues for a counter-cultural relevance of the Christian church. A vision is needed where male headship is understood in the light of the gospel of Christ and the restoration of all things in Christ.