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What Paul Really Said About Women: The Apostle's Liberating Views on Equality in Marriage, Leadership, and Love Paperback – March 1, 1991
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I then joined up with InterVarsity at Occidental College, at the time, one of only two IV chapters in the US with it's staff headed by a woman. Now suddenly I had to deal with these issues- there really wasn't another option for a strong Christian group on our small campus. Was it OK for me to attend these services? What if I listened and didn't apply what the pastor said? Well, of course, much of what she said was good and helpful. Perhaps it was OK to listen, but it was not me sinning, but her? After all, God speaks through non-believers- how much more could he instruct me through a woman?
I wanted to believe that women could teach and lead just as easily as men, at the same level as men; that they were more than just "spiritually equal"; that they didn't have to obey their husbands. It all sounded really nice. But unfortunately, it was not what the Bible said- and we can't simply follow truths we would like and ignore parts of the Bible we don't like.
Then I came across this book. I have not personally had a conversion experience, having grown up in the church, coming to Christ more in a Markian manner than Johanian. But this book initiated my conversion experience, at least as in regards to issues of women. At the time, cultural arguments had little weight with me- after all, how could we have any degree of certainty as to what the original culture was like?Read more ›
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This book looks into how certain words can lose their meaning when translated, which is exactly what has happened with much of the Scripture as we (English speaking people) have... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Jennifer
Very difficult read for a novice. I'm going to have to try reading it again. Some things not easily understood.Published 3 months ago by Norma Roberts
excellent account of the discussions of Paul and his misunderstood statements regarding women in the church.Published 4 months ago by Edward Hulsey
Every Christian should read this - woman or man. I know that's not going to happen, but I was able to use this well put together information for a series on the subject in a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hannah
This is truly an amazing book! I just can't say enough good things about it. This is a resource which is very thorough in laying the historical groundwork upon which many... Read morePublished 6 months ago by AP
Awesome book. Wow. Really great info. Every man in the church should read this and stop blocking their own blessing by abusing the women in their life.Published 9 months ago by Donna Crow