Tag Archives: women

Current Questions — The Role of Women

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve dedicated this blog space to a few of the doctrinal questions of our day. The questions have arisen not from some new evidence that someone has discovered calling into question long-settled Biblical doctrines, … Continue reading

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“…But what Does the Bible say about that?”—Leadership and Gender in the Church

Many in the religious world around us now include women in leadership of their churches—in both worship and day to day leadership. The world, of course, applauds this taking this path as an enlightened evolution of religion; but the world has … Continue reading

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Organizing a church — 1 Timothy 1-3

What we know historically about the apostle Paul after the end of Acts is limited, but through reading Paul’s letters from prison and later, it is possible to piece together a couple of possible post-Acts scenarios of his life. It … Continue reading

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Proverbs 10-12

OK, I have to confess that I’m really having a hard time paring down my blog to comment on only three verses. There’s so much good stuff here. So, what I’ve decided to do is list my favorite ones and … Continue reading

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