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Women and the Bible

Learn more about women in the Bible, Jesus and women, Paul and women, how translation impacts our understanding, and how the Bible deals with topics like gender, power, and hierarchy.

    Women and the Bible

    Were the Disciples Unschooled Ordinary Men?

    Gail Wallace

    Did twelve ordinary, uneducated men start the Church? No, God used a larger group of both men and women disciples with varying backgrounds.…

    "Notorious" Passages / Women and the Bible / Women and the Church

    Lost In Translation: A Look at 1 Timothy 2:12-15

    Bob Edwards

    In Lost in Translation, Part 1, Bob showed that some words in the Bible are translated differently when they refer to women as…

    Women and the Bible / Women and the Church

    Lost In Translation: Phoebe, Servant or Minister?

    Bob Edwards

    Though inequality makes some of my complementarian friends uneasy, they hold fast to their beliefs nonetheless. They do this, some tell me, because…

    Women and the Bible

    Does the Creation Account Support Women’s Submission?

    Gail Wallace

    Views on submission exist on a continuum, but generally speaking, egalitarians support mutual submission in marriage, and church leadership based on giftedness rather…

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