Launch Day! Win a Copy of Beyond Authority and Submission

I’m pleased to announce that my book, Beyond Authority and Submission: Women and Men in Marriage, Church, and Society has been released today! There have been some glitches with Amazon about when the book will be available, but there are plenty of opportunities to purchase the book today.

To celebrate the launch of my book, I’m giving away two copies!! To enter the giveaway, please leave a comment on this blog post. You’ll be entered extra times for sharing this post on social media. Just let me know in the comments where you shared. Winners will be announced early next week. Thanks!

Note: Amazon is currently backordered, but more copies are on their way. WTS bookstore and the other links here have plenty of copies ready to go.

Amazon (and Kindle) link– if you buy a hardcopy from Amazon, you can download the Kindle version for free.

P&R Publishing

Westminster Theological Seminary Bookstore

Barnes and Noble

Christian Book Distributers

81 thoughts on “Launch Day! Win a Copy of Beyond Authority and Submission

  1. janpage says:

    Congrats! This sounds like a much needed book for Christians so it’s on my Christmas wish list. Or if I can’t wait and budget allows, I’ll buy it on Kindle. 😊 Shared on Facebook.


  2. Tarah Joi says:

    Can’t wait to get my hands on your book. Heard about it through The Theology Gals. Thank you for a chance to win. I shared through Facebook.


  3. Sheryl Stiemann says:

    I’m so excited to see your book being launched today, it’s been a pleasure to read it for your launch team. Thank you for taking the time to research and study Scripture and write such an important book for The Church.


  4. Ben says:

    Congratulations! It is exciting that the book is done. The parts you have shared on here have been excellent, and I’m sure the whole thing will be a worthy contemplation.


  5. Kat Andrich says:

    I’m absolutely interested in reading this. I, and others, are very concerned with how complimentarianism gets blasphemed by some. Submission in marriage is beautiful, and I’m glad to see someone taking a stand!🙌❤ Shared on Facebook on my personal page.


    • janpage says:

      Congrats! This sounds like a much needed book for Christians so it’s on my Christmas wish list. Or if I can’t wait and budget allows, I’ll buy it on Kindle. 😊 Shared on Facebook.


  6. Alicia says:

    I’m very interested in reading this! Have you considered sending copies to various reformed pastors? They and their wives might benefit. 😉


  7. Casey Maura says:

    I’m really interested in reading this book! It’s a topic that I don’t think has been dealt with terribly well over the years. Looking forward to reading another perspective!


  8. Staci McGovern says:

    I look forward to reading your book (even if I have to purchase it!). I listened to the Theology Gals podcast where you spoke a bit about it.


  9. Kathryn says:

    This is great! I’ve been learning more about this issue lately. I spent a lot of time in Bill Gothard “authority!” structures, and considered myself “complementarian” for a while. But beyond labels, I want to understand Biblical callings on men and women. I shared on Twitter, @katthe7th


  10. Jane Aldridge says:

    Since I am a believer in GRACE, I. am truly interested in the ideas you are proposing. I know followers of The Law differ in theory and I need some accurate Biblical thoughts/reasons for continuing or changing my thoughts. Rightly dividing His Word is at times difficult for me.


  11. chrismacleavy says:

    I’d love to review and help spread the word. This sounds like an excellent, thoughtful contribution to one of the church’s biggest ongoing discussions. Will keep an eye out for it—although winning a copy would be like Christmas 🙂


  12. Robin Williams says:

    I have pre-ordered a copy if this book, but would love to win another to share. I have been anxiously awaiting this release. Your voice is desperately needed to represent complementary thought that doesn’t forget the “complement” part and that doesn’t do harm to the doctrines of the trinity, sin, etc…. Thank you for representing do well.
    Shared on Twitter and Instagram


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