We're wired differently. There's no question. That's part of why relationships are so hard. We see things differently, treat things differently, react to things differently, and generally speaking, there are certain characteristics we associate more with women than men (kindness, sensitivity to others...shopping) and others we associate more with men than women (physical strength, fighting...eating lots of meat). So are we wired for different purposes after all (generally speaking), or are men and women really supposed to do all of the same things? Is this really an issue about equality, or is it really about different, yet equal roles in order for a family to benefit from the particular strengths and giftings of both the man and the woman? Is this really about "I can do anything you can do" or "How can we most effectively work together as a dream team to raise our kids well?" Mark Driscoll is a spiritual leader in Seattle. He and his wife Grace clearly come down on the side of different, yet equal in the video below. What do you think? (Please discuss peacefully).