Exploring the biblical theology of Christian egalitarianism

ACCORDING TO GENESIS 1:26-28, MEN AND WOMEN HAVE THE SAME STATUS, THE SAME AUTHORITY, AND THE SAME PURPOSE.
IN JESUS’ KINGDOM, THE HUMBLE ARE LIFTED UP, THE LOWLY ARE THE GREATEST, AND THE LAST ARE FIRST. #EQUALITY
IF ANYONE IS IN CHRIST, THAT PERSON IS PART OF THE NEW CREATION. THE OLD HAS GONE. LOOK, THE NEW IS HERE!
2 CORINTHIANS 5:17
BEING A HELPER ISN’T A GENDER ROLE. HELPING IS WHAT KIND AND CONSIDERATE PEOPLE DO.
JESUS SAID THAT A WISE PERSON IS SOMEONE WHO “COMES TO ME AND HEARS MY WORDS AND DOES THEM.”
LUKE 6:47
SUBMISSION ISN'T JUST FOR WIVES. SACRIFICIAL LOVE ISN'T JUST FOR HUSBANDS. #MUTUALITY
EPHESIANS 5:1-2, 21
PAUL’S OVERALL THEOLOGY OF MINISTRY WAS, YOU HAVE A GIFT; USE IT TO BUILD UP OTHERS.
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