I have noticed that the nomination of Sarah Palin has not only livened up the presidential race, but it has also generated a lot of discussion on the roles of men and women in society. Many who are excited about Palin's nomination also hold to a complementarian view of the family in which the man is the head of the household as talked about in Ephesians 5. So I have a series of questions for people to consider:
Can someone support Sarah Palin in her bid to be the VP and be a complementarian?
Is there a difference between male and female roles in the home and in society at large?
Does supporting Palin mean that men and women's roles in the workplace should be exactly the same?
Is there any correlation between male and female roles in the home, in the church, and in society at large?