About this Resource:A sermon by Kate Wallace Nunneley on what Paul mostly likely meant when he wrote that women should be silent in the church; and it's not what you think!
A sermon by Kate Wallace Nunneley on what Paul mostly likely meant when he wrote that women should be silent in the church.
By David Williams. A detailed critique of complementarian interpretations of Romans 16:7 that attempt to diminish Junia’s status as an apostle.
In The Lost Apostle award-winning journalist Rena Pederson investigates a little known subject in early Christian history—the life and times of the female apostle Junia.
Wright, N.T. (2005). Scripture and the Authority of God: How to Read the Bible Today. New York: Harper Collins.
Pierce, R. W., Groothius, R.M., & G.D. Fee. (2005) Discovering Biblical Equality: Complementarity without Hierarchy. Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity. (New edition expected in 2021.)
Payne, P.B. (2009). Man and Woman, One in Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul’s Letters. Grand Rapids: Zondervan.