What I find interesting is that Campbell freely states that
The first point I want to make today is that I see the most common views of men and women within the body of Christ in more recent times as being on a continuum.
So...putting thoughts, beliefs, actions on a continuum is an okay thing.
But when Grudem does it...(the article I posted by Grudem came as a result of people asking what he believes women can do in the church.)
Grudem puts positions on a...continuum...and describes where he believes the line is.
Campbell describes that as:
That discussion has shifted to listing all the things women cannot do outside of working in the nursery and putting on potlucks.
Obviously that statement "overlooks" the many, many articles at CBMW that discuss many, many other things.
It also creates a double standard:
When Campbell puts things on a continuum and describes where the line should be: good
When Grudem puts things on a continuum and describes where the line should be: bad.
"one set of rules for them...another for everybody else."