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In Part Two, Lee-Barnewall maps out a trajectory for what reframing the gender debate might look like in two important areas: Her discussion of ministry invites us to rethink whether equality, rights, and authority in the body of Christ are the best categories for thinking about gender. Her discussion of marriage unfolds in two steps: Conscience and License Part 1 and Part 2.


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