Tag Archives | Women’s role in the Church

Lutheran Minister Nadia Bolz-Weber

Women Preaching: It’s Not a Secondary Doctrinal Issue

According to Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley, there are “essential”, “primary”, or “first tier” doctrines a person must hold in order to become a Christian and/or be considered a Christian. So, what are these doctrines? One example she gives is that you must believe you’re a sinner. And if you don’t believe you’re […]

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Fear of the Lord - by Marsha West

Seven Reasons 1 Timothy 2:12 Isn’t the Crazy Aunt We Hide in the Closet when Company Comes Over

Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley queries: “Are we more afraid of the wrath of woman than the wrath of God?” According to Lesley, although they may not realize it, for a large number of professing Christians the answer is, sadly, yes. It is evident that many believers fear man (what other people think […]

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In Case You Were Wondering: Are Female Bloggers Violating Scripture by “Teaching” Men?

Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley asked several women bloggers this question.  Their answers are in this post.  Christine Pack  of Sola Sisters states it this way: “My bottom line is that (1) I’m not expositing scripture, and (2) the book of Jude (about contending for truth and doctrinal purity) was written to all believers, not […]

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