• Some of the Jewish leaders saw limited good in women:
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Yet these “laws” were not found in the Bible, but were often generally understood improper at the time of Christ.

Many passages teach the subjection of women to men in general.

More on the roles of women can be found in the article: (see also ).

This month also marked the fourth anniversary of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act.
In this article, we're going to look at what the Bible says about the role of women in a formal church service. The following information is not MY opinion; it's what the Bible teaches.

The Role of Women in the Church: The Pauline Perspective

Is the tide changing, you think? Are we finally recognizing women’s role in history?
B. Like everyone else, women have to live morally, grow in the grace andknowledge of God, and remain faithful to the Lord (there is no justification for limitingcommands such as the following to males only: 2 Corinthians 7: 1; Colossians 1: 10, 2Peter 1: 5-11; Jude 21).

 

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Women played many unique and critical roles in the New Testament church.
God is infallible, men are not. Someone can still believe in the church and have hopes for its improvement. And while we disagree, I respect your right to believe in the church as you do. I just cannot agree with your methods of criteria for what makes a member and what doesn’t. Only Christ can judge that qualification.

The final section of I Corinthians 14 deals with women speaking in formal worship services:
We have these pagans and Gnostics being converted into the Christian Church and what do they teach? They teach that Adam was created by Eve, and Paul says, “Look, I want the women to learn just like men do, but I do not permit a woman to claim authorship of man, for Adam was first formed then Eve.”


The Biblical Order Of Men And Women In The Family …

Of course, I will turn you to the Kreigers’ book for a much more lengthy discussion. We are just going to take a look at the two main interpretations—the one that almost every Bible takes, and the one that I am going to take.

The Biblical Order Of Men And Women In The Family And The Church

Authenteo or authentane here in 1 Timothy 2:12 is an interesting word; it does not appear anywhere else in the Bible. It does not appear anywhere else in the New Testament. It does not appear anywhere in the entire Greek Old Testament. This word is a true one-time occurrence. It appears only here, so from Greek usage then I would have to go to my Liddel and Scott Lexicon and find all the different possible usages of the word, and then I have to read the context to determine which meaning fits. It is true that authenteo means, “to have dominion over.” It is also true that authenteo means, “to claim authorship of.” Which one of these two would fit?

The Role of Women in Worship in the Old Testament

(1) You can study other places where this word has been used in the Bible to try and get a basic understanding of the word.
(2) You can get it from the context.

What Does the Bible Say About Women in Ministry?

Gnostics were opposed to childbearing—not every Gnostic, but many Gnostics were opposed to childbearing. Why? Because when you became pregnant, then what happened is that you created another body. But where did the soul come from? Where did that life spark come from? Well, that life spark had to come from the true God—way up there at the top, so that what happens is that you, through your ignorance in childbearing, have caused a piece to break off the true God, if you will, so many of the Gnostics believe that women could not ascend back to the true God until they gathered up all the sparks, if you will, or pieces that they were responsible for breaking off the real God. On page 175 the Kreigers’ write: