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 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.
Prominent Women in the Life and Ministry of Paul
If we start with Paul’s endorsement of women in leadership, we’ll be in a better place to understand his controversial texts on women.
How Paul Helped Elevate the Status of Women
We need to give the Apostle Paul more credit for putting women on an even playing field with men in early Christianity.