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Romans 14 and the Divisive Issue of Women Pastors

Romans 14 and the Divisive Issue of Women Pastors

I read Romans chapter 14 today and saw that Paul’s message here has relevance to the issue of women ministers, an issue that continues to cause debate and division in some sectors of the church.
In this post, I provide an English translation of Romans 14:1-4 but I’ve deleted the words that refer to eating food and replaced them with words that refer to believing, or not believing, women can be pastors. Take a look.

“Holding Up Half the Sky” by Graham Joseph Hill

“Holding Up Half the Sky” by Graham Joseph Hill

In early July, Dr Graham Joseph Hill launched his new book, Holding Up Half the Sky. I was honoured to be part of the online launch (with Dr Lynn Cohick!) and honoured to write a forward to the book where Graham presents a compelling biblical case for women leading and teaching in the church. I’ve included the foreword in this post. There’s lots of good stuff in Graham’s book!

What I’ve learned from 10 years of blogging on mutuality

What I’ve learned from 10 years of blogging on mutuality

I receive questions every day from people who read my blog. Most are about how to understand Bible verses that affect women in some way. But after 10 years of blogging, the most important thing I’ve learned from listening to questions has nothing to do with the meaning of 1 Timothy 2:12, Ephesians 5:22-24 or of any other Bible passage.

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