Rachel Miller’s book Beyond Authority and Submission has come out. I have not read the book. I did read Kerry Baldwin's very lengthy and very favorable review. I also listened to her interview with Miller. What stuck out to me was her flat-out rejection of the ideas like... women were created to be submissive, responsive, soft men were created to be leaders, providers, strong women are supposed to be at home and not in the workforce She chalks these up entirely to Greco-Roman paganism and Victorian chauvinism. I do not deny that any of these may be (and have been) taken to an unbiblical extreme. But it seems obvious to me that these themes are indeed present in Scripture and in nature. Rejecting them wholesale strikes me as throwing the baby out with the bath water. But I'm interested in hearing your thoughts.