1 Timothy 2:9–15
The role of women in the church is a hot issue—one best handled with asbestos gloves, not because Scripture is controversial, but because the role of women in our culture is in friction with Scripture. So, questions rise like steam from a boiling kettle. What positions can women hold in the church? Can they serve as elders and be ordained to preach? Can women pray in mix company? Or should they remain quiet altogether? Some say women can serve in the highest office of leadership. Others muzzle women, treating them as second class citizens. Which is correct? Or is neither? What does the Bible say? Well, let’s find out.
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