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A Biblical Argument for Women in Ministry and Leadership (ebook)

A Biblical Argument for Women in Ministry and Leadership (ebook)

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There is this rumor going around that the idea of women in ministry and leadership isn't biblical. Quite to the contrary, women play all the same roles in Scripture as men save one - and Jesus is the only one who has truly fulfilled that one.

Join me on a whirlwind tour through Scripture as we meet Deborah the judge, prophetess, and supreme leader of Israel. We'll meet Huldah, whom the high priest needed to sort out Scripture for him. We'll meet Priscilla who discipled Apollos, Junia the apostle of Jesus, and Phoebe the deacon of the church at Cenchrea.

We'll also learn that Paul, far from being a woman hater, had women co-minister with him throughout his ministry. In the words of Inigo Montoya, "You keep-a mentioning 1 Timothy 2:12. I do not-a think it means what you think it means."

Table of Contents

1. Women lead and minister in the Bible.      
A. Deborah      
B. Huldah      
C. Levitical priests     
D. Mary Magdalene     
E. Junia      
F. Phoebe      
G. What were elders, overseers, and deacons?     
H. Priscilla     
I. Lydia and Nympha      
J. Euodia and Syntyche

2. Christ has redeemed women from the sin of Eve.     
A. Created to Co-rule (Gen. 1-2)     
B. Consequences of the Fall (Gen. 3)     
C. The Day of Pentecost (Acts 2)      
D. Galatians 3:28 and the Kingdom of God

3. Paul supported women in ministry and leadership.     
A. 1 Corinthians 14:34-35     
B. 1 Timothy 2:11-15      
C. Husband Headship

4. Women have led throughout church history.     
A. Before Constantine      
B. The Middle Ages      
C. The Rising Witness

5. It makes sense.     
A. Let competent pilots fly planes.     
B. Don’t blaspheme the Spirit.

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