Tag Archives: egalitarian

My post on 1 Tim 2

So, apparently my post at the Junia Project website on “Why 1 Tim. 2:8-15 does not ban women from teaching and having authority in the church” received over 8500 views as of last week! Here is the link in case … Continue reading

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Women in the Church Blog Series

Women in the Church: Why I’m an Egalitarian   Last year, over the course of a few months, I wrote a series on women in the church that outlines my approach to being an egalitarian. I often get requests for links … Continue reading

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Women in the Church: Part 11

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 11: Difficult Texts: Ephesians 5:21-33 Today’s post is the final of three addressing key New Testament texts often cited to restrict or prohibit women from certain ministries in the church, … Continue reading

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Egalitarianism series: to be concluded next week

Next week, I will conclude my series on egalitarianism by looking at husband-wife relationships in Ephesians 5. Stay tuned . . .

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Women in the Church: Part 10

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 10: Difficult Texts: 1 Peter 3:1-7 Today’s post is the second of three addressing key New Testament texts often cited to restrict or prohibit women from certain ministries in the … Continue reading

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Women in the Church: Part 9

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 9: Difficult Texts:  1 Timothy 2:8-15  Today’s post is the first of three that will address key New Testament texts often cited by complementarians to restrict or prohibit women from certain … Continue reading

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Egalitarianism Series – continued

New Post Coming! It’s been a while since I’ve posted a blog entry. Well I’m back at it and I’m finally getting around to concluding my series on why I am an egalitarian. Over the next three weeks, on Tuesday … Continue reading

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Women in the Church: Part 2

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 2: Clarifying Terms Before continuing with my series on why I am an egalitarian, let me pause briefly to clarify terms. Terminology is tricky. Terms are useful, in fact necessary; … Continue reading

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Women in the Church: Part 8

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 8: Reading Scripture as an Egalitarian In future posts, I would like to start addressing how egalitarians read difficult passages of Scripture, including the parts of Scripture that seemingly place … Continue reading

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Women in the Church: Part 12

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 12: Suggested Resources Here’s a list to get you started. It’s not exhaustive, but these resources have been helpful for me and provide a good introductory overview: Discovering Biblical Equality: … Continue reading

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