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Different by Design (Macarthur Study Series)

by John MacArthur

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I re-read this book recently. JM shows how our God ordained roles as men and women are better for us and wider society. Also reflected in the Church. That we are spiritually equal but have been given different skills and abilities to allow us to function in different roles that compliment each other in the service of God. To usurp these God given roles destroys society as evidenced today.

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La sociedad moderna ha reemplazado el punto de vista bíblico de la diferencia entre hombres y mujeres con una tesis secular y confusa. Este libro pone a un lado las normas culturales preponderantes y le ayuda a entender y aplicar los principios bíblicos a su propia vida.

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