Does 1 Timothy 2:12 Prohibit Women From Having Authority Over Men?

Episode 154 Show Notes 

Does 1 Timothy 2:12 Prohibit Women From Having Authority Over Men?

From the Show

Can women be managers, CEO's, or become officers in the military? 

The women disciples have a very prominent role, very unlike first-century rabbinical circles. And then you also have, in the Old Testament, examples of women being very important figures, even judges in Israel. First of all, we've got to distinguish between the church as an institution founded for a very specific purpose by Christ, founded on the teaching of the apostles, and Oracle, and Amazon, and the United States, and Britain, where you have secular institutions that have absolutely no command from God whatsoever on who can fill those positions. — Michael Horton​​​​​ 

Questions in this Episode

1. I often feel "lukewarm." How can I be more on fire for God?

2. I know salvation is by grace through faith, but after a person is saved, what is their situation?

3. If God loves me, why can't I feel it with the five love languages or the five senses?

4. Does 1 Timothy 2:12 mean women should not be managers, CEO's, or become an officer in the military?

5. Does 1 John 2:27 teach that true Christians don’t need pastors?

Resources

Is It Okay For a Woman to Write Theology and Be Read by Men? 

3 Ways Jesus Cared for Women

What Should You Do When You Don't Feel like a Christian? 

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