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Go Tell My Brothers: Christian Women and Christian Worship

Paperback|May 1995
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It is commonly held that the apostle Paul ruled against women speaking publicly in church worship. The author, a Christian lawyer, here sizes up the traditional arguments for this position against the biblical material pertinent to the question, starting with...


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It is commonly held that the apostle Paul ruled against women speaking publicly in church worship. The author, a Christian lawyer, here sizes up the traditional arguments for this position against the biblical material pertinent to the question, starting with the accounts of the first witnesses of the risen Christ. His conclusion, a challenge to rethink widely-held views, seeks to do justice to Christ's status as sole head of his worshipping people. In addition, Go Tell My Brothers deals with relevant aspects of church leadership, Christian freedom, headship, head-coverings, and spiritual qualifications for worship.

It is commonly held that the apostle Paul ruled against women speaking publicly in church worship. The author, a Christian lawyer, here sizes up the traditional arguments for this position against the biblical material pertinent to the question, starting with the accounts of the first witnesses of the risen Christ. His conclusion, a challenge to rethink widely-held views, seeks to do justice to Christ's status as sole head of his worshipping people. In addition, Go Tell My Brothers deals with relevant aspects of church leadership, Christian freedom, headship, head-coverings, and spiritual qualifications for worship.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 122838
  • Product Code 0900128135
  • EAN 9780900128134
  • Pages 160
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date May 1995
  • Dimensions 230 x 145 x 8mm
  • Weight 0.250kg

C Longville

Cardiff born Lawyer and former Legal Adviser to the Secretary of State for Wales, Cedric Longville has been involved in church leadership roles over a number of years, working especially with home groups including leading and organising them, and writing small group study materials. He has a particular interest in astronomy and has given talks on the subject from a Christian perspective. Cedric and his wife Helen are Wales representatives for Wycliffe Bible Translators.

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