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Women Preachers

In our study of this subject I regard the teaching of the Bible as the only binding authority. At the same time it will help us to understand the biblical teaching if we take only a glance at early church history. Practically all Protestant church historians are agreed that there was a very rapid and […]

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No Room for Discrimination Against Women Preachers

In the Book of Acts we get a remarkable insight into the fresh, bright, joyous, and vigorous life of the early church. We find the apostle Paul and his company on the road to Jerusalem: “And we entered into the house of Philip the evangelist, which is one of the seven; and abode with him. […]

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The Apostolic Church: The Place of Women

Any unbiased reader of the New Testament may easily convince himself that for the Christians of the first century the movement of the Spirit of God was the supreme authority in all the work of the church. Throughout the ages the Apostle Paul has been cited as authority for denying to women the right to […]

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