Here are some further resources:

Man and Woman, One in Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul’s Letters by Philip B Payne—a comprehensive theological treatise on this subject that I reference frequently.

Why Not Women: A Biblical Study of Women in Missions, Ministry, and Leadership by Loren Cunningham and David Hamilton. This was the first book I read that convinced me God doesn’t place limits on women.

For Such a Time as This by British theologian, Martin Scott. It has a hand-grenade on the front cover. Need I say more?

Half the Church: Recapturing God’s Global Vision for Women by Carolyn Custis James looks at injustice in the church and in the world.

What’s With Paul and Women? by Jon Zens takes a practical and theological look at the challenging passages for women in ways  the ordinary person can understand. 

Ten Lies The Church Tells Women: How the Bible has been misused to keep women in spiritual bondage by J. Lee Grady covers the big questions concerning women in ministry. 

Unladylike: Resisting the Injustice of Inequality in the Church by Pam Hogeweide looks at gender bias from a justice point of view. 

How I Changed My Mind about Women in Leadership: Compelling Stories from Prominent Evangelicals by Alan Johnson. A number of well known evangelicals describe why they changed their opinion about women. The story by Bill and Lynne Hybels in this book is outstanding. 

A Year of Biblical Womanhood: How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on Her Roof, Covering Her Head, and Calling Her Husband “Master” by Rachel Held Evans is a hilarious, yet serious and insightful look at the commands to women in the Bible. 

Jesus Feminist: An Invitation to Revisit the Bible’s View of Women by Sarah Bessey explores “God’s radical notion that women are people too.”