Thanks for the awesome feedback on the 1Corinthians 11 head covering passage! I hesitated to put my views out there given the controversial nature of the passage. But your feedback has been worth it! Now it’s on to the Lord’s Supper and then spiritual gifts. THANKS for listening!
28 1Corinthians 11:2-16 Should women wear head coverings?
When a woman participates in a public worship service, is it proper for a her to uncover or head? This podcast gives an overview of what (I think) Paul meant to say and what it means for us today. If you only want the bottom line, listen to this podcast. The next several podcasts cover the details and the controversies. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on January 8, 2020.
29 1Corinthians 11:2-16 Cultural background
The cultural background behind Paul’s advice on women wearing head coverings is incomplete and contradictory. Here’s what we know and (what I think is) the best way to put it together. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on January 15, 2020.
30 What does Paul mean by head, 1?
Paul appeals to the creation of Adam and Eve to make his argument. This podcasts examines what Genesis 2 teaches us and why Paul appeals to it. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on January 22, 2020.
31 What does Paul mean by head, 2?
Most everyone agrees that Paul is speaking metaphorically, but few agree exactly what he means by the metaphor of head. To understand Paul’s use of head in 1 Corinthians 11:2-16, we look at Paul’s use of head in all his other letters, particularly in Ephesians. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on January 29, 2020
What is hard complementarian?
What is a soft complementarian?
What is an egalitarian?
Resources on women in authority in the church
How the Old Testament is organized
The Old Testament Books in Chronological Order
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