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What Paul Really Said About Women
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This book covers several topics including where the idea that women are inferior to men began. You will learn about new roles for husbands and wives. You will see the concept of women as leaders in the church as well as Educating women. Other topics include the question of dress and hairstyles, whether or not celibacy is holy, and slandered apostle. This book also examines specific Greek words in presenting the information, which are transliterated, and so this educational book can be used by those who do not know Greek.
Dr. John Temple Bristow is a Disciples of Christ Pastor in Seattle, Washington.
Number of Pages: 112
Publication Date: 1988
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Vicki5 Stars Out Of 5April 14, 2002VickiDr. Bristow has written real answers to tough questions in a methodical way that every layperson can understand. This book can change your life!
Shaun5 Stars Out Of 5March 12, 2002ShaunI highly recommend this book for anyone who, like me, was puzzled and troubled by what Paul seemed to mean in his passages concerning women. Id asked pastors, pastors' wives and other leaders and none were able to give me an answer as concise, sensitive and liberating as Mr. Bristow's book. What a blessing!
Mary Lou5 Stars Out Of 5June 5, 2001Mary LouFew books treat this topic so well. It's highly readable, very enlightening. It puts a whole new perspective on the issue of women in ministry. Anyone who believes a woman's role should be limited needs to read this. Women's roles have been limited because of misinterpretations of Paul, not because of God's will. This book explains how that happened.
Beth R.5 Stars Out Of 5May 29, 2001Beth R.Every man and woman should read this book. I was stuck thinking that Scripture made it clear that women were not allowed in authority positions in churches. This book, while simply written and easy to understand, takes those Scripture passages and makes it clear that Paul was ADVOCATING women in positions of authority. This book has been liberating and reassuring. I have a high view of Scripture, and feel relieved to know what Scripture REALLY says. Thanks to this wonderful scholar and author!
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