On Mother's Day, we looked at the story and legacy of Adam - the first man. Thus for Father's Day, we looked at his wife - Eve - in order to understand the creation of woman and what true, biblical femininity is. There are hard truths here, but necessary truths.
My concern here is that such a message will be labeled as patriarchal and sexist without even really considering the argument. Unfortunately, we live in a feminized culture where it is ok to criticize men and masculinity, but not women and femininity. The Bible is an equal opportunity employer and calls sin what it is. Sin transcends gender and so does the gospel. Our only question is, will we submit?
Sermon - May 13, 2012 | Men Are Priests: Why Christ is a Better Man Than Adam - Mother's Day 2012
GBC - May 8, 2011 - Proverbs 31: The Virtuous Womans - Mother's Day 2011
GBC - November 20, 2010 - God is Triune: God the Father
GBC - June 21, 2009 - The Faithful Father
GBC - May 9, 2010 - Manly God for Godly Men: A Word to Men on Mother's Day
GBC - The Maternal Nature of God: Jim Wallis and the Emergent Worldview
GBC - God is Not a Dude: Rob Bell and the "She" Video
GBC - Myths of Fatherhood