Ordinary Guy (TM)
True question: Why do you consider yourself a complementarian?That's the heart of it for me. I consider myself a complementarian, though there are those on Twitter and Facebook who would probably see me as a feminist. Let's just completely jettison CBMW and see what kind of complementarianism emerges.
It seems that the mental construct of these categories of complementarianism/egalitarianism is a new and modern labeling system created and accepted only in the last several decades.
What was your view called in the past?
If I called myself a "traditionalist", how would I be understood?
I'd like to scrap the labels of complementarianism/egalitarianism completely and go back to the past. But back then it was not labeled...it was just how almost all people lived (the assumed state).