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WOMEN AND SBC MINISTRY: CLARIFYING THE BF&M OF 2000 Print E-mail
Written by Kevin L. Howard   

Should Southern Baptist women use the Scriptures to teach or train men in Sunday school or other settings?  It's a simple thesis with many implications, so let's get into it.

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THE DECEPTION OF FEMINISM Print E-mail
Written by Kevin L. Howard   
Joe's a good man.  He baby-sits his infant so his wife can pursue her dream job.  Not many husbands would stay home all day with a crying baby whose only specialty is pooping and peeing.
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WOMEN IN THE TEACHING MINISTRY OF THE CHURCH (1 TIMOTHY 2:11-15) Print E-mail
Written by Kevin L. Howard   

In the book of 1 Timothy, Paul seeks to encourage Timothy in his work with the church at Ephesus.  Specifically, Paul urges Timothy to utilize the gifts that God has given him.  Paul tells Timothy to use those gifts to preach the word and to guard the church from false teachers who have entered among them (1:18-19).  In chapter one, Paul establishes that even though he was a great blasphemer in the past, God's mercy proved greater.  In chapter two, he urges all men pray and be thankful, praying for kings and so forth.  Paul then moves the discussion to God's plan of salvation for sinful humanity.  He declares who God is and how salvation has been expressed in Christ (verses 5-6).  Paul states his own calling and apostleship, as well as his desire for "the men in every place to pray, lifting holy hands, without wrath and dissension" (verse 8).  He then turns his thoughts to women in verses 9-15,

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