From the Publisher: This book extensively examines 1 Corinthians 11:2-16 . The consistency of Paul's message is compared to male/female roles at creation, in Israel, with Jesus, and in the church through the ages. The rejection of this apostolic teaching in more recent times is studied. Who led the shift in practice? Was there a justifiable biblical reason for the change? Seven appendices cover a variety of things. I provide perhaps the most thorough published compilation of quotes on the subject taken from church history. I also compare related Scriptures (1 Corinthians 14:33-35 and 1 Timothy 2:9-15), analyze the link between Marxism and the role of women in society, consider the dangers of unisex, share the testimony of a converted religious feminist, and answer common misconceptions. The reader is challenged to compare this book with the Word of God to see if these things be true or not.
Format: Hardcover Vendor: Back Home Industries Publication Date: 1999