Paul Vitz is the Professor Emeritus of Psychology at New York University. He is a Catholic scholar, whose work explores the relationship between psychology and Christian faith. He has recently edited a book, The Complementarity of Women and Men: Philosophy, Theology, Psychology & Art, with contributions from some leading Catholic voices in the conversation: J Budziszewski, Sr Prudence Allen, Deborah Savage, and Elizabeth Lev. He joins me to discuss the book and the differences and relation between the sexes more generally.
Transcript for Contrasting Complementarian Approaches to Headship
One of my supporters has very kindly transcribed this video, discussing some of the differences among complementarians. I don’t have time to transcribe my videos myself, so anyone willing to volunteer to transcribe one video every week or fortnight would be greatly appreciated! The transcript is very lightly edited at a few points for the purpose of comprehension.
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Contrasting Complementarian Approaches to Headship
Could you comment a little on practical differences among complementarians on the notion of headship?
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