J. Ligon Duncan III


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Ligon Duncan is the Senior Minister of the historic First Presbyterian Church (1837), Jackson, Mississippi, President of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, Chairman of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Convener of the Twin Lakes Fellowship, and Adjunct Professor at Reformed Theological Seminary. He served as the 32nd Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in America (2004-2005), the youngest minister ever to fill that post.

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“The complementarian position acknowledges that God created men and women equal in being but assigned different-but equally valuable-functions in His kingdom and that this gender distinctiveness complements, or harmonizes, to fulfill His purpose.”
J. Ligon Duncan III, Women's Ministry in the Local Church

“A husband should be the first recipient of a woman’s capacity to show compassion and nourish community. If a woman bypasses her marriage, every other ministry will be polluted.”
J. Ligon Duncan III, Women's Ministry in the Local Church

“Eve means “life-giver.” Because of her rebellion the woman became a life-taker, but because of the promise of life she became a “life-giver.” This is more than biological. Woman’s redemptive calling is to be a life-giver in every relationship and circumstance.*”
J. Ligon Duncan III, Women's Ministry in the Local Church



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