Thanks Ladies

An interesting Easter scenario, but faithful to the New Testament and early Christianity nonetheless…

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Categories: And Now for Something Completely Different, Christianity

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  1. as salaam alaykum, Ijaz.

    Liberal scholarship on Paul reveals that women had a prominent role in the early church. Women can pray and prophesy in churches, and utilize their variegated charismatic gifts (as enumerated in 1 Corinthians 12).
    The Pastoral Epistles along with strongly-suspected interpolations such as 1 Corinthians 14:34-35 illustrate a more mature church, which, in order to preserve the image of a respected social institution, had to curtail the public role of women .

    1 Corinthians 1:10-13 gives a picture of an early church (the community of Christians in Corinth, not the Church). There does not seem to be a head, but there were some divisions, with some members cleaving to Peter, Apollos, and Paul . Furthermore, that passage refers to “Chloe’s household” indicating that a woman had some authority in the church, and it did not refer to her husband (if she had one).

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  2. the way non-jewish women enter jesus’ kingdom is on the condition that they become the dogs of the children and eat near their feet. jesus even says “great is thy faith!”

    what did jesus think about jewish girls?

    christ thought they were his errand girls

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    • I saw this yesterday, and I now realize that it is titled “The Bad Jesus”. I didn’t have to look it up, but it is nice to see some Hector Avalos here.

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