Wow, breathtakingly bad. The curse that was broken was sin over our lives. God's redemption is equal to all and the ground is even at the foot of the cross. Kris thinks however that women's liberation was promised in the atonement. Yes Kris, much of the world has elevated women in nearly every realm of society. Has that effect been good or bad for the family and church? Now considering Kris is from Bethel it is no wonder he thinks mimicking the world is a good idea. As for the question posed, there is a vast difference between God ordained roles and being freed from the curse of the law.
"After many years of research, I am convinced that there are four basic reasons why men and women are not empowered equally in the Church.
1. The devil hates women even more than he hates men because the curse that God pronounced over the SERPENT was that women would be hostile with the devil. Therefore, the spearhead of demonic warfare is focused on women." -- Kris Vallotton
Says no biblical scripture anywhere. This is the world that Kris Vallotton has created. Where the devil is actually more hostile towards women because he secretly hates women because Eve fell for his ploy in the Garden? Yeah, that makes no sense.
"2. Many men are insecure; reducing women helps them feel more powerful." -- Kris Vallotton
Pop psychology of the world. Men in the church know that women can contribute mightily for the kingdom of God and can stay obedient to scripture at the same time.
"3. Many Christians have misunderstood the Bible with reference to women. Therefore, they don't want to violate their understanding of the Scriptures to empower women or be empowered as a woman. (Remember, you can get Chapter 5 and Chapter 6 of my book, Fashioned to Reign, here. In these two chapters, I aim to clarify the Biblical standard for empowering women.)" -- Kris Vallotton
Putting aside the second shill for his new book, the key verses are not too difficult to misunderstand unless you do not like them on their face and start mangling the rest of scripture to find cultural arguments to excuse your disobedience.