What Paul Really Said About Women: The Apostle's Liberating Views on Equality in Marriage, Leadership, and Love (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Jul 12, 2011 - Religion - 144 pages
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A challenge to the traditional understanding of St. Paul's epistles and sexism in today's church.
  

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Review: What Paul Really Said About Women: The Apostle's Liberating Views on Equality in Marriage, Leadership, and Love

User Review  - Yiska Gallagher - Goodreads

A concise yet excellent evaluation of what the New testament really says about the often silenced half of Messiah's body. Highly recommended! Read full review

Review: What Paul Really Said About Women: The Apostle's Liberating Views on Equality in Marriage, Leadership, and Love

User Review  - Braktheitalian - Goodreads

This is a relatively short book - 7 chapters, 119 pages plus endnotes & indexes. Its presentation of the subject matter (interpreting Paul's writings in context) falls comfortably between ... Read full review

Contents

Where the Idea That Women Are Inferior
1
New Roles for Husbands and Wives
31
Women as Leaders in the Church
49
Educating Women
67
The Question of Dress and Hairstyles
79
Is Celibacy Holy?
92
The Slandered Apostle
110
Notes
120
Suggested Readings
126
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About the author (2011)

Dr. John Temple Bristow is a Disciples of Christ Pastor in Seattle, Washington.

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