Women in Ministry

In eight sessions, this study examines the biblical support to make a case for the full participation of women in every aspect of ministry. It explains what the issue is from the perspective of a fully-convinced scholar taking on the historic objections to women in ministry. It is concise and readable, and filled with biblical references, translation issues, and interpretation of biblical passages, including the so-called “problem passages.” This study is not about modern application, but rather biblical precedent. This resource would be helpful for people who wrestle with the issue biblically, or who come from a more restrictive background. It is reprinted from The Covenant Companion, editions December 1, 1983, December 15, 1983, January 1984, and February 1984.