Women As Pastors
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Galatians 3:28
There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for you are all one in Christ Jesus.
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1 Corinthians 14:34-35
Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted to them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also said the law.
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Romans 16:1
I commend to you Phebe our sister, which is a servant of the church which is at Cenchrea:
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1 Timothy 2:11-15
Let the woman learn in silence with all subjection.
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1 Corinthians 11:2-16
Now I praise you, brothers, that you remember me in all things, and keep the ordinances, as I delivered them to you.
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1 Timothy 2:12
But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.
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1 Timothy 3:2
A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of good behavior, given to hospitality, apt to teach;
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Women Adorned with Good Work
... In writing to the pastors he had to use this expression as a summary of what ... And
they were to teach Christians"the women to adorn themselves with good works ...
/...//christianbookshelf.org/murray/working for god/xvii women adorned with good.htm

Women May not Go to the Altar. ...
... altar no less than the Greeks; and look upon the contrary custom as an abuse sprung
of the insolence of the women and of the negligence of bishops and pastors. ...
/.../schaff/the seven ecumenical councils/canon xliv women may not.htm

On Obedience to Pastors
... who spoke unto them the word of God;" that is, they were their pastors, those who ...
Have you all, men and women, young and old, rich and poor, laid aside all ...
/.../wesley/sermons on several occasions/sermon 97 on obedience to.htm

The Heroic Women of Early Indiana Methodism.
... barns were always open to Methodist preachers, whether they were their pastors or
were ... to the world a race of stalwart Christian men and women, who, following ...
/.../the heroic women of early indiana methodism/the heroic women of early.htm

Prayer and God's Work
... The Church is not turning out praying men and women, because the Church is not intently
engaged in the one great work of ... The pastors come next in his catalogue ...
/.../bounds/the essentials of prayer/vii prayer and gods work.htm

Sermon at the Second Annual Meeting of the Missionary Council in ...
... They have thousands of Christian men and women under their native pastors. Surely
this is no time to talk about the failure of Christian missions. ...
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The Mission in 1894
... There were also 326 native helpers (95 of whom were unpaid), working as pastors,
evangelists, teachers, colporteurs, Bible-women, etc., in 14 different ...
//christianbookshelf.org/taylor/a retrospect/chapter xx the mission in.htm

The Distinguished Ecclesiastics of Our Day, and which of them ...
... under cover of these, a multitude of others, secretly clothed in women's garments;
and ... The church of Laodicea was honored by two such pastors in succession, who ...
/.../pamphilius/church history/chapter xxxii the distinguished ecclesiastics of.htm

Salzburg Lutherans in Georgia.
... They were accompanied by Pastors John Martin Bolzius and Israel Christian Gronau,
who ... the congregation numbered 279 souls: 81 men, 70 married women, 6 widows ...
/.../bente/american lutheranism/salzburg lutherans in georgia.htm

Desolation of the Earth.
... Unfaithful pastors have prophesied smooth things; they have led their hearers to
make void ... old and young, both maids, and little children, and women: but come ...
/.../the great controversy between christ and satan /41 desolation of the earth.htm

Subtopics

Women

Women are Affectionate

Women are Courteous to Strangers

Women are Mirthsome

Women are Tender to Her offspring

Women are Timid

Women As Pastors

Women Baptizing

Women Cutting Their Hair

Women in Business

Women in Chorus

Women in Ministry

Women Long Hair

Women of Backsliding

Women of Evil People

Women of Saints

Women of the Body (Ekklesia) of Christ

Women Pastors

Women Preachers

Women Teachers

Women was a Doorkeeper

Women Working

Women:

Women: A Persian Queen Sat on a Throne Beside Her King

Women: Active in Instigating to Iniquity

Women: Anna

Women: As Poets: Deborah

Women: As Poets: Elisabeth

Women: As Poets: Hannah

Women: As Poets: Mary

Women: As Poets: Miriam

Women: As Prophets: Anna

Women: As Prophets: Deborah

Women: As Prophets: Huldah

Women: As Prophets: Miriam

Women: As Prophets: Noadiah

Women: As Prophets: Philip's Four Unmarried Daughters

Women: As Rulers

Women: Athaliah

Women: Athaliah, in Destroying the Royal Household and Usurping the Throne

Women: Bath-Sheba, in Her Adultery, in Becoming the Wife of Her Husband's Murderer

Women: Consecrated Jewels to Tabernacle

Women: Converted by Preaching of Paul

Women: Cooked

Women: Could not Marry Without the Consent of Parents

Women: Creation of

Women: Deborah

Women: Deborah, a Judge, Prophetess, and Military Leader

Women: Delilah, in Her Conspiracy Against Samson

Women: Difference in Ceremonies Made Between Male and Female Children

Women: Dinah, in Her Fornication

Women: Domestic Duties of

Women: Dorcas (Tabitha)

Women: Elisabeth

Women: Embroidered

Women: Esther

Women: Eve, in Yielding to Temptation and Seducing Her Husband

Women: Fall of, and Curse Upon

Women: False Prophets

Women: First at the Gravesite

Women: First to Sin

Women: First to Whom the Risen Lord Appeared

Women: Fond of Ornaments

Women: Fond of Self-Indulgence

Women: Forbidden to Wear Men's Costume

Women: Gleaned

Women: Gomer, the Adulterous Wife of Hosea

Women: Guilty of Sodomy

Women: had Separate Apartments in Dwellings

Women: Haman's Wife, in Advising Him to Hang Mordecai

Women: Hannah, the Mother of Samuel

Women: Help in Defensive Operations

Women: Herodias, in Her Incestuous Marriage With Herod Antipas

Women: Herodius, by Indirectly Causing John the Baptist to be Decapitated

Women: Jezebel, in Her Conspiracy Against Naboth, to Cheat Him out of his Vineyard

Women: Jezebel, in Her Evil Counsels To, and Influence Over, Ahab

Women: Jezebel, in Her Persecution and Destruction of the Prophets of the Lord

Women: Jezebel, in Her Persecution of Elijah

Women: Job's Wife, in Suggesting to Him That he Curse God and Die

Women: Julia

Women: Kept Vineyards

Women: Last at the Cross

Women: Leah, in Her Imitation of Rachel in the Matter of Children

Women: Lois and Eunice

Women: Lot's Wife, in Her Rebellion Against Her Situation, and Against the Destruction of Sodom

Women: Lydia

Women: Made Garments

Women: Mary

Women: Mary and Martha

Women: Mary Magdalene

Women: Michal, in Her Derision of David's Religious Zeal

Women: Miriam, in Her Sedition With Aaron Against Moses

Women: Mirrors

Women: Mother of Samson

Women: Named

Women: Naomi

Women: Noadiah, a False Prophetess in Attempting to Intimidate the Jews when They Were Restoring Jerusalem

Women: Not to be Given in Marriage Was Considered a Calamity

Women: Ornaments of

Women: Patriotic: Deborah

Women: Patriotic: Miriam

Women: Patriotic: The Women of Israel

Women: Patriotic: The Women of the Philistines

Women: Peninnah, the Wife of Elkanah, in Her Jealous Taunting of Hannah

Women: Phoebe

Women: Pilate's Wife

Women: Potiphar's Wife, in Her Lascivious Lust and Slander Against Joseph

Women: Priscilla (Prisca)

Women: Promise To

Women: Property Rights of in Inheritance

Women: Property Rights of To Sell Real Estate

Women: Punishment for Seducing, when not Betrothed

Women: Punishment to be Inflicted Upon Men for Seducing, when Betrothed

Women: Purifications of After Childbirth

Women: Purifications of After Menstruation

Women: Queen Candace

Women: Queen of Sheba

Women: Rachel, in Her Jealousy of Leah

Women: Rachel, in Stealing Images

Women: Rahab, in Her Harlotry

Women: Rebekah, in Her Partiality for Jacob, and Her Sharp Practice to Secure for Him Isaac's Blessing

Women: Religious Privileges of, Among Early Christians

Women: Required to Attend to the Reading of the Law of Moses

Women: Rules for Dress of Christian

Women: Ruth

Women: Sapphira, in Her Blasphemous Falsehood

Women: Sarah, in Her Jealousy and Malice Toward Hagar

Women: Silly, and Easily Led Into Error

Women: Social Status of in Persia

Women: Social Status of in Roman Customs

Women: Sold for Husband's Debts

Women: Solomon's Wives, in Their Idolatrous and Wicked Influence Over Solomon

Women: Spun

Women: Subtle and Deceitful

Women: Symbolical of Wickedness

Women: Taken Captive

Women: Tamar, in Her Adultery

Women: Tended Flocks and Herds

Women: The Cannibalistic Mothers of Samaria

Women: The Daughter of Herodias, in Her Complicity With Her Mother in Securing the Death of John the Baptist

Women: The Daughters of Lot, in Their Incestuous Lust

Women: The Midianite Woman in the Camp of Israel, Taken in Adultery

Women: The Philippian Christians

Women: The Shunammite Woman, Who Gave Hospitality to Elisha

Women: The Sodomites of the Southern Kingdom (Judah)

Women: The Widow Who Put Her Two Mite (Small Coins, Greek: Leptas) Into the Treasury

Women: The Woman Caught in the Act of Adultery and Brought to Jesus in the Temple

Women: Took Part in Ancient Worship

Women: Treated With Cruelty in War

Women: Unclassified Scriptures Relating To

Women: Vashti

Women: Veiled the Face

Women: Virtuous, Held in High Estimation

Women: Vows of

Women: Weaker than Men

Women: when Jealously Charged With Infidelity, Their Guilt or Innocence Was to be Determined by an Ordeal

Women: Wicked

Women: Wicked: Commits Forgery

Women: Wicked: Full of Deceit and Licentiousness

Women: Wicked: Silly and Wayward

Women: Wicked: Zeal of, in Licentious Practices of Idolatry

Women: Widow of Zarephath, Who Fed Elijah During the Famine

Women: Wore Hair Long

Women: Worked in Fields

Women: Worshiped in Separate Compartments

Women: Zealous in Promoting Superstition and Idolatry

Women: Zipporah, in Her Persecution of Moses on Account of his Religious Obligations

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