Recent discussions around “New Wave Complementarianism” have demonstrated that there can be differences of application while still residing in the larger family of biblical gender roles.
Paul David Tripp in his book, Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands, reminds us that often we don’t rebuke because we love ourselves. True love for neighbor necessitates a godly rebuke when in sin.
A wonderful passage in the powerful book of Galatians has a lot to say about the nature of our liberty. Our liberty is not for us but ultimately for the good of others.