Regarding 1 Timothy 2:12, this book proposes there are three views. First, that the verse means what it says, and that the basis for women not teaching men, is God's order in creation. Second, it proposes a feminist view that Galatian's statement about equality ("neither male nor female") constitutes the proper position, and that this passage contradicts this order, and must therefore be "jettisoned". Third, it promotes a "moral evolution" compromise between the first and second views, stating that Paul was on the "trajectory" for equality of women, and that we should therefore be trending in that direction as well. It seems evident to me, that the author of this volume at least, tries to come up with a compromise between the preferences of modern culture, and what the Bible actually says. I do not trust someone who tries to compromise the Bible for the sake of modern trends and traditions.