Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, and Uriah’s wife are the only women mentioned in the genealogy of Jesus in Matthew 1. Why only these four women?
The author of Luke’s Gospel often presents material using male-female pairs to highlight the full and equal inclusion of women and men in God’s new covenant and community.
Is Galatians 3:28 only referring to our identity and status before God? Or is it also about our identity and status in the Christian community (i.e. the church)?