Robertson McQuilkin speaks on the role of women. He begins by saying that it does not mean that women are not inferior or superior and are not to be subservient to men in general. He then talks about her role in marriage which is to complement her man, motherhood, and followership. He states that immorality, abandonment, and commanding her to sin are the only reasons for the woman to leave her husband's authority. He ends by presenting her role outside marriage, particularly in the Church.