The official end to the series that will (probably) never end.
Interlude: The Women of Christmas
History tells us men should announce the good news of God’s kingdom. But God doesn’t play by those rules.
What About Marriage?
A closer look at Ephesians 5 reveals that Paul cares more about marital unity than a husband’s leadership.
1 Corinthians 14:34-35: Should Women Be Silent in Church?
Two alternative ways of seeing this strange passage show that Paul didn’t intend to keep women from speaking.
1 Corinthians 11:2-16: Hairstyles, Head Coverings, and…Authority?
Paul’s cares about how men and women distinguish themselves during worship, not who leads it.
1 Timothy 3:1-7: For Men Only?
Why the overseer and elder qualification lists do not prevent women from church leadership.
How Should We Apply 1 Timothy 2:11-15 Today?
Learning with a humble posture, not restricting women, should be the goal for applying 1 Timothy 2:11-15.
1 Timothy 2:11-15: Dealing with Deception in the Church
Paul’s infamous restriction of women wasn’t meant to be a universal command for all time, but his way of dealing with a unique problem in the church at Ephesus.
The Context of 1 Timothy 2
The cultural context of Ephesus can help us better understand what Paul is prohibiting and why.
Why 1 Timothy 2:11-15 Isn’t a Universal Restriction on Women in the Church
7 Reasons in the Text and 5 Big Picture Questions We Need to Ask
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