-Equal But Different

When men and women sing together, their voices blend. Sometimes the women will sing a part by themselves, and then the men will sing another part by themselves. We become aware of the difference in their voices. We do not think of the male voice being superior and the female voice inferior. Each has its own range and quality. When men and women are able to sing their different parts in harmony, the result is rich and fulfilling. As we learn to draw upon the value of what is distinctive to men and women, our life together becomes stronger and more beautiful. This is the teaching of the Bible. [...]

November 2, 2010