Gender is under attack in modern society, leaving people with honest questions about the Bible's teaching on the respective roles of men and women in the church and the home. Bible scholar Wayne Grudem speaks to this societal development in his classic book, Evangelical Feminism and Biblical Truth. Drawing on 27 years of research and experience, Grudem carefully responds to 118 arguments often levied against complementarianism, helping readers to engage with today's most crucial questions on the topic of gender. Grudem counters egalitarian and feminist critiques with clarity and precision, showing God's equal value in men and women while arguing for complementary roles. All serious thinkers, whether or not they agree with Grudem's conclusions, will find much value in this passionate, yet gracious, defense of the traditional understanding of biblical manhood and womanhood.