If a husband’s headship makes his wife seem less valuable or less honourable than him, it is an ungodlike headship.
If a husband’s headship makes his wife feel demeaned (loss of dignity) or exploited, it is an ungodlike headship. There should be a desire to see the other person lifted up and esteemed highly.
If a husband uses his headship to indulge himself, it is an ungodlike use of authority.
In a Christian marriage, if a husband’s headship tends to divide instead of unify, it is an ungodlike headship.
-Richard Ochs
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