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The following article is now on-line in PDF:
This is an important article for those interested in the role relationships of men and women because it fatally undermines the oft-repeated and unfounded argument that kephale means ‘source’ and not ‘head’ in the NT. Grudem’s later article on this subject is also available on-line:
I have recently added another article that addresses the issue from a complimentarian position that is worth a read:
We might for our purposes define parallelomania as that extravagance among scholars which first overdoes the supposed similarity in passages and then proceeds to describe source and derivation as if implying literary connection flowing in an inevitable or predetermined direction.
Surely the exhortation to avoid the error of parallomania is as valid today as it was in 1962?
Perhaps you have a nomination for the title – I’d love to hear it.