- I know that this is not just a gender debate about ideas and biblical texts, but a dialogue between real people who have suffered real harm and about a Savior who has suffered to overcome the power of sin.
On the other side, someone who has been abandoned or who has an unfaithful spouse also suffers real harm.
What I do not understand is how the teaching of mutual submission is one of the things that causes real suffering between two people. Why teach something that we know can cause harm, and teach against something which does not cause harm? What real harm has someone suffered from the teaching of mutual submission? I want to hear that story.
This is not about ideas and biblical texts, this is about real people who have suffered real harm. So now this is out in the open, what is the response?