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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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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 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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Women in the Church: Part 7

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 7: Redemptive Movement In my last post, I argued that both the complementarian and egalitarian positions employ interpretive strategies when they appeal to the Bible to support and defend their … Continue reading

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Women in the Church: Part 4

Women in the Church: Why I am an Egalitarian Part 4: Women as Leaders in the Bible (OT) There are many stories in the Bible that feature women in significant ways. In some of these stories, women are prominent leaders … Continue reading

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