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Some people know it as “Biblical Equality” or “Mutuality.” I’ve come across comments from a few people which indicate that some have a mistaken view of the egalitarian ideology. ~ We believe that Jesus’ teaching on relationships needs to be taken more seriously than seems to be the case at present in the church, and we take Paul’s words in Galatians -28 as both a theological and sociological statement.So I’ve written this post to briefly explain my perspective of what Christian Egalitarians believe.* Egalitarians believe all Christians, both men and women, are (and should be) equal in status in the home, in the church, and in society. ~ We do not believe that some Christians have a higher status, or have greater rights, freedoms, or privileges than others because of their sex (or their race, for that matter), but that is not to say that egalitarians think that men and women are the same. ~ Christian Egalitarians believe it is who we are, including our personal qualities and abilities—our natural talents, spiritual gifts, and other aptitudes—that largely determine our different roles and ministries in the home, church, and society, rather than our sex.