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Women Preachers, A Story Often Neglected

posted by Scot McKnight

Telling the truth of the Church’s Story means telling the whole story. In the Church’s Story are the stories of women who did mighty things. But these stories are not being told. What can we do to include these stories […]

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Elders: For Men Only?

posted by Scot McKnight

From CBE’s wonderful Arise Newsletter… Do you hear the argument that only males can be elders? On what basis is that argument based? Where does the Bible say an elder must be a male? Margaret Mowczko sketches a response to […]

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Why So Few? (RJS)

posted by Jesus Creed Admin

There are many reasons why women are underrepresented in a variety of fields – from ministry, theology, and evangelicals and the early church,, to science and engineering. While men and women often have different goals, values and abilities, these factors […]

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Family First? (RJS)

posted by Jesus Creed Admin

A couple of times last week Scot advertised a conference on Evangelicals and the Early Church to be held next week at Wheaton College. I wish I could attend, as it looks fascinating. But one of the things I noticed […]

A Letter from a Student

posted by Scot McKnight

This letter, printed here with permission, is from one of my students who is wondering about going into a ministry … and she’s a young woman… which can complicate matters.  Dear Scot, Recently, I’ve really been wondering what I will […]

Synergy Conference 2010: Orlando in March

posted by Scot McKnight

We are honored to have been invited to speak at the 2010 Synergy Conference in Orlando Florida. The conference will be March 5-7, and will begin our Spring Break … and I can’t think of a better way to begin […]

Women and Religion

posted by Scot McKnight

From Nicholas Kristof, who increasingly uses his pen to speak about injustices: Religions derive their power and popularity in part from the ethical compass they offer. So why do so many faiths help perpetuate something that most of us regard […]

Women in Earliest Christianity: Cohick and Payne

posted by Scot McKnight

Lynn Cohick’s new book, Women in the World of the Earliest Christians: Illuminating Ancient Ways of Life , will become the standard for all study of the social location of women in the earliest Christian churches. This is an exceptional […]

Are Women Human? 3 (RJS)

posted by Jesus Creed Admin

Here is the question for today – Do you read books by or about women? Intentionally? This is the third and last in a series of posts centered around a short volume Are Women Human? containing two essays by Dorothy […]

Are Women Human? 2 (RJS)

posted by Jesus Creed Admin

Last Thursday (see here) I started a short series of posts focused on Dorothy Sayers’ essays published in the volume Are Women Human?. The first essay in this volume is an address given to a women’s society in 1938.  Sayers […]

Are Women Human? 1 (RJS)

posted by Jesus Creed Admin

We’ve had extensive conversations on this blog on the issue of women in ministry. The topic comprises the last third of Scot’s book The Blue Parakeet: Rethinking How You Read the Bible , and is at the root of many […]

Worthy of Imitation 8

posted by Scot McKnight

Amanda Berry Smith, a six foot African American woman who dressed like a Quaker, exemplifies how to live in the midst of racism and do so with boundary-breaking grace:  “In Amanda Berry Smith,” Chris Armstrong tells us, “we have someone […]

On Being a Christian Woman: Joan Ball

posted by Scot McKnight

Joan Ball has a wonderful story to tell, and her memoir (Flirting with Faith) will be published early in 2010 — but she is writing a guest blog for us today on what it was like to enter the Christian […]

The Church Matter: Does it matter? 2 Mary Veeneman

posted by Scot McKnight

This is Mary Veeneman’s second post about Harper and Metzger’s new book: Exploring Ecclesiology: An Evangelical and Ecumenical Introduction . This sketch by Mary of the book asks one of the most profound questions that must be asked in the […]

Women into Leadership: Where to start?

posted by Scot McKnight

This is a most interesting letter, and one I’d like to hear your response to… This young woman is a gifted preacher and pastor. Churches who are in the search process are figuring out how their congregation responds to a […]

Christians for Biblical Equality: St Louis

posted by Scot McKnight

This summer, July 24th-26th, the annual meeting for Christians for Biblical Equality will be meeting in St. Louis — and there are scholarships for those who are  full-time students and in financial need. Let’s hear from those who have attended […]

Women Leaders: Question?

posted by Scot McKnight

Here is a letter, published with permission, about the “spiritual leadership” of husbands and women in spiritual leadership at a church. What are your thoughts? What would you say to the person? Dr. McKnight, I am in the process of rethinking […]

A Book That Cannot Be Ignored: T. Scott Womble

posted by Scot McKnight

Some books don’t get to the top shelf or to the front of the table because they’re not very good. Other books don’t get to the top or the front for no good reasons, and I’ve recently been through a […]

A Woman in the Footnotes

posted by Scot McKnight

If you’ve got a Bible close at hand, open it up to Romans 16:7. Herein lies a tale I want to tell you. And I begin by quoting the NIV, then the NASB and then the NLT: Greet Andronicus and […]

Women Denied

posted by Scot McKnight

Last Thursday I was at the Evangelical Covenant Church’s Midwinter meetings where I conducted a day-long seminar on The Blue Parakeet: Rethinking How You Read the Bible. That evening Kris and I were chatting about the session and about Cheryl […]

Catholics and Women’s Ordination 4

posted by Scot McKnight

The last chap of Gary Macy’sThe Hidden History of Women’s Ordination: Female Clergy in the Medieval West demonstrates that the 12th Century saw a new definition of “ordain” and a completely contrary (and historic) view of Abelard (and Heloise). The […]

Catholics and Women’s Ordination 3

posted by Scot McKnight

In the major chapter of Gary Macy’s The Hidden History of Women’s Ordination: Female Clergy in the Medieval West, Macy sketches what it is that women were doing in the early Medieval Age. What he sketches clearly demonstrates that women […]

Catholics and Women’s Ordination 2

posted by Scot McKnight

What happens to women in ministry when the ground on which they are standing suddenly shifts? That is, what happens to women who are “ordained” when the word “ordain” suddenly changes? That is the impact of the first chp in […]

Catholics and Women’s Ordination 1

posted by Scot McKnight

Books that even breathe the air of conspiracy theories rarely attract my interest, but I have been gathering for some time a variety of facts about women in ministry that are both unknown to the average Christian and, in my […]

Expanding Women in Ministry (in other cultures)

posted by Jesus Creed Admin

Another letter about women in ministry … and this letter illustrates a very important point we all need to be aware of in “applying” the Bible: each culture summons us to live in ways appropriate to that culture. But, and […]

Expanding Women in Ministry

posted by Jesus Creed Admin

One of the arguments of our new book,The Blue Parakeet, is that any church that calls itself biblical must permit women to do now what they did in the New Testament, and that includes prophesying, teaching, praying and founding churches. […]

Gifted to Lead 3

posted by xscot mcknight

Another in our series from Alice. Nancy Beach writes one chapter in Gifted to Lead specifically for male pastors and leaders; she makes the assumption this might be the only chapter they’d be willing to read. In it, she makes […]

Gifted to Lead 2

posted by xscot mcknight

This series is by Alice. In Nancy Beach’s chapter entitled, “Welcome to the Boys??? Club” (from Gifted to Lead) women leaders are encouraged to develop character first: humility, self-confidence, humor, integrity. She then explains “the freight of being iconic” – […]

Gifted to Lead 1

posted by xscot mcknight

This series is by Alice Shirey, one of our regular commenters. She will lead a conversation about Nancy Beach’s new book, Gifted to Lead.

IBC

posted by xscot mcknight

Irving Bible Church last Sunday had a woman — Jackie Roese — preaching in all three services. The first time in that church’s history. Here is a church that is courageous enough to permit women do what women did in […]

The Gospel of Ruth

posted by xscot mcknight

Kris read Carolyn Custis James’ new book, The Gospel of Ruth , recently, gave it to our daughter, Laura, and both loved it. It is an imaginative Bible study of the book of Ruth and it can serve well for […]

Finally Feminist

posted by xscot mcknight

I’ve done my best to avoid bringing back my class, “Women, Mary and Jesus,” onto this blog but I’ve read a book recently — and we discussed it in class — that I think you should know about: John Stackhouse, […]

Beckon Q

posted by xscot mcknight

Last Saturday night Kris and I were at Willow with Laura and Mark. The band, led by North Park’s own Matt Lundgren, started to play a good song and then another song. Then I looked up at the big screen […]

Before Women Were Pastors

posted by xscot mcknight

That’s a slightly overstated title to this post. There were some pockets of the Church that had women pastors when the incomparable Dorothy Sayers wrote her books. And her influence on the Church remains, and that is why I am […]

Mother Teresa’s Faith

posted by xscot mcknight

This Time magazine article, with a few other variants around the world, briefly describes the struggles of Mother Teresa with her faith — for a long, long time. All we have are some excerpts, set in a little bit of […]

Women in Ministry: Why is this such an Issue? 2

posted by xscot mcknight

Here was my question on Tuesday’s post (with comments still coming): ‘Why are some choosing to be “biblical” on this issue and not others in the Western world? And, in light of our lengthy series on women in ministry, why […]

Women in Ministry: Why is this such an Issue?

posted by xscot mcknight

Michael Krause Kruse, an uberblogger who comments here in such a way that at times he keeps the conversation rolling, wrote this on the blog last Saturday and I want to pick it up today and then ask his question […]

Guest Post: Les Keylock

posted by xscot mcknight

A former student of mine and now teaching in Florida at Trinity College, Les Keylock, sent me this little “article” about whether or not we are biblical when it comes to women on Sunday morning. Les will no doubt check […]

Women in Ministry: A Story

posted by xscot mcknight

Tuesday morning our “Women, Mary, and Jesus” class listened to the story of Erika (Carney) Haub, whom our school supported to bring to campus for our class. Erika was a legend in my early years at North Park, but I […]

Women in Ministry: Three Women 3

posted by xscot mcknight

Our third woman in this series is Phoebe. Both Priscilla and Junia are clear evidence of women in leadership and mininstry, and Phoebe seems to fit the same pattern. But, I want to begin with a point I made about […]

Women in Ministry: Three Women 2

posted by xscot mcknight

Priscilla was the first woman we looked at in this series — and we looked at a profile of her last Thursday. Today we look at Junia. Here’s the simple overview: there was an early Christian apostle who was a […]

Women in Ministry: Three Women 1

posted by xscot mcknight

Today we take a look at Priscilla, one of three women we need to pause to consider when it comes to our series about women in ministry. What we discover is a woman who had significant influence and ministry in […]

Women in Ministry: Galatians 3:28

posted by xscot mcknight

In Paul’s letter to the Galatians the apostle builds an argument that former barriers to the blessing have been knocked down — everyone comes into the family of God by faith. And then Paul gives what my colleague, Klyne Snodgrass, […]

Women in Ministry: Sacred Space

posted by xscot mcknight

At some point or another the Gospel reader who has some interest in women in ministry confronts the reality that Jesus did not call women to be apostles. Were they “disciples”? Yes. More importantly, what kinds of “ministry” did they […]

Women in Ministry: First Mary

posted by xscot mcknight

The most neglected texts about women in ministry in the entire Bible are texts about Mary, and because our class has been looking at Mary of late, I thought I’d make a few suggestions about Mary and Ministry for women. […]

Women in Ministry: Made for Mutuality

posted by xscot mcknight

After teaching Genesis 1–3, I’m persuaded that this narrative of the primal pair teaches that God made them for mutuality. I see no indicators of hierarchy — whether in creation order or in the so-called “curse” after the fall. I […]

Women in Ministry: Are you Biblical?

posted by xscot mcknight

In teaching this course on Women, Mary, and Jesus, I have been working my way through some crucial texts as the biblical and historical context for what we read about Mary and about women in the earliest churches. Here’s a […]

Redemptive Trend: Response to Grudem

posted by xscot mcknight

Last week I posted a basic summary of Grudem’s response to the redemptive trend hermeneutic or the redemptive movement hermeneutic (RMH). This week I want to offer a response to Grudem, and I welcome your comments.

Redemptive Trend: Criticisms

posted by xscot mcknight

Last week I said I’d post on Wayne Grudem’s response to William Webb’s proposal of the redemptive trend. So, today I will summarize Wayne Grudem’s response and next week I’ll respond to this summary of Grudem’s strong criticisms of the […]

Women in Ministry: Redemptive Trend

posted by xscot mcknight

The 17th and 18th criteria in William Webb’s paradigm of the redemptive trend — or how we move the Bible’s message into our world in a progressive, redeeming way — deal with Extrascriptural criteria. No matter how biblical we think […]

Women in Ministry: The Redemptive Trend

posted by xscot mcknight

William Webb finds three criteria that are not conclusive in his book Slaves, Women & Homosexuals. We’ll look at these three criteria today.

Zealotry re-emerging

posted by xscot mcknight

Because many of my readers know our interest in women in ministry and as you may recall our interest in Ruth Tucker and what happened at Calvin, you might want to know about this. On the term zealotry, see the […]

Women, Mary and Jesus Class 1

posted by xscot mcknight

On the first day of my new class — Women, Mary, and Jesus, we looked at pp. 14-15 of William Webb, Slaves, Women, and Homosexuals. We read these verses and I asked the students to “vote” for each verse: A, […]

Women in Ministry: Ethnic Stereotypes

posted by xscot mcknight

Most of us think the Bible is from one world (Ancient Israel, Greco-Roman, etc) and that we are in another world (modern West, etc), and that moving the Bible from its world into our world requires a gentle art. Whether […]

Women in Ministry: Redemptive Trend 4

posted by xscot mcknight

We are looking at William Webb’s Slaves, Women, and Homosexuals, and the “redemptive trend” hermeneutic, which states that to apply the Bible in our world involves participation in the redemptive trend that began in the Bible. Today we look at […]

Women in Ministry: Redemptive Trend 3

posted by xscot mcknight

The singular question for women in ministry is this: At its simplest it is this: Are there transcultural elements in the Bible? Are some elements “cultural”? And how do we do know the difference? William Webb, in his book Slaves, […]

Women in Ministry: Redemptive Trend 2

posted by xscot mcknight

William Webb, in his Slaves, Women and Homosexuals, examines a singular question: how to analyze which parts of the Bible are “cultural” and which parts are “transcultural.”

Women in Ministry: “The Redemptive Trend”

posted by xscot mcknight

Perhaps the foundation of the entire debate about women in ministry is in what is today called the “redemptive trend.” Very few would say the Bible teaches absolute equality of women and men in ministry, but instead most would say […]

Women in Ministry: “I do not permit…”

posted by xscot mcknight

Sarah Sumner’s Men and Women in the Church, chps 17-20, discuss the most controversial — according to all — and significant — according to some — text in the entire NT when it comes to the “role” of women in […]

Women in Ministry: “Headship”

posted by xscot mcknight

In chps 12-13 of Sarah Sumner’s book Men and Women in Ministry Sumner begins a four-chapter study of “head” in the Bible and esp in Paul’s letters. We will not be done with “headship” issues today, but we need to […]

Women in Ministry: “weaker vessel”?

posted by xscot mcknight

Sarah Sumner’s chp 11 in Men and Women in Ministry discusses what 1 Peter 3:7 means when it says that women are the “weaker vessel.” Sarah begins with a lesson in how to do word studies, but first our questions. […]

Jesus Creed begins at home

posted by xscot mcknight

Here is a very sad letter sent to me and printed with permission. Whenever I speak about Jesus Creed, I make a big point that loving God and loving others begins at home — with husbands and wives, parents and […]

Women in Ministry: Can we change?

posted by xscot mcknight

The following piece is written by Stan Gundry, and tells his story of moving from complementarianism to egalitarianism, and it shows the influence of Pat Gundry in Stan’s thinking. This story has been published elsewhere, and Stan has given me […]

Women and Ministry: God-talk

posted by xscot mcknight

First: Happy birthday to my sister, Alexa. Now to our day’s post: Is God a “father” or a “mother”? How should we talk about God? And is the word “Father” fixed or flexible? This is discussed in Sarah Sumner’s book, […]

Driscoll and a biblical counsel

posted by xscot mcknight

Sadly, the Christian blog world is abuzz with Mark Driscoll’s posts and the offense it has given to many women. A public protest is planned. The church in Seattle is divided and is suffering. The counsel advised by Rose Swetman, […]

Women in Ministry: Manhood

posted by xscot mcknight

The 7th chp (and chp 8 ) of Sarah Sumner’s Men and Women in the Church begins with this statement: “If Christian women have a tendency to pretend they are inferior, the opposite is true for Christian men” (81). This […]

Women in Ministry: Personhood

posted by xscot mcknight

Last week I received a sensitive letter — a letter that made me more sensitive. Here’s the issue that the writer pressed into my mind: when we talk about “women in ministry” we need to understand that, regardless of what […]

Sumner Months 3

posted by xscot mcknight

When it comes to being made in God’s “image,” what I call being an Eikon of God, Sarah Sumner’s Men and Women in the Church opens up 1 Corinthians 11:7 and dwells on Augustine’s interpretation, and suggests that Augustine’s theory […]

Women in Ministry in Africa

posted by xscot mcknight

Evidently, the African context is about the same as the North American context: some do and some don’t think women in teaching positions is a good idea. In the Africa Bible Commentary there is an essay on “The Role of […]

Women in Ministry: Sumner Months 2

posted by xscot mcknight

So when people call themselves “traditionalists” with respect to the role of women, esp in ministry, what do they mean? And, are there traditionalists today? Sarah Sumner’s book, Men and Women in the Church, chp. 3, discusses such questions with […]

Women in Ministry: Sumner Months

posted by xscot mcknight

Any church that prohibits women from minstering in ways that women minister within the pages of the Bible, regardless of the text that church chooses to use in order to restrict women (usually 1 Cor 14:34-35 or 1 Tim 2:11-15), […]

Women in Ministry: Biblical examples

posted by xscot mcknight

RT France’s last chp in Women in the Ministry of the Church deals with women who are examples of ministry in the Bible. It begins with the Old Testament: Miriam (Ex 15:20), Deborah (Judg 4:4-5), Huldah (2 Ki 22:12-20), Noadiah […]

Women and Ministry: Paul

posted by xscot mcknight

In RT France’s Women in the Church’s Ministry, chp 3, France looks at the contested passages in Paul’s letters: 1 Cor 14:34-35 and 1 Tim 2:8-15. I’ve loaded the texts into this post to make life easier for us today. […]

Women and Ministry: Headship from Home to Church?

posted by xscot mcknight

In chp 2 of RT France, Women in the Church’s Ministry, the subject of authority is addressed. France contends that at the bottom of the discussion about the role of women in ministry among evangelicals in the Anglican communion was […]

Women in Ministry: A Letter now open

posted by xscot mcknight

Here is an encouraging letter from a woman who dwells with gifts among the Plymouth Brethren. She wrote this, and with her permission, I think we all need to read it:

Women and Ministry: Hermeneutics

posted by xscot mcknight

In 1992, on the 11th of November, the General Synod of the Church of England voted by a majority of more than 2 to 1 to ordain women to the priesthood in the Church of England. That vote raised considerable […]

Women in Ministry: Phyllis Tickle

posted by xscot mcknight

One of the themes I will try to develop in this haphazard series on Women and ministry is that “minstry” can’t be limited to ordination and serving as a senior pastor in a local church. In fact, I want to […]

Women in Ministry: Scripture and Feminism

posted by xscot mcknight

A nice convergence: our series on Women in Ministry and on Scriptures and Scripture converge in the chapter by Pamela Cochran on “Scripture, Feminism, and Sexuality.”

Women in Ministry: Feminization of the Church?

posted by xscot mcknight

One of the challenges women face in ministry today is the accusation of the feminization of the church. There are a variety of platforms on which this accusation is hurled, but each of the platforms works against women in ministry.

Women in Ministry: Ruth Tucker

posted by xscot mcknight

Ruth Tucker is a former colleague of mine from my days at Trinity and she is the co-author of the very influential Daughters of the Church (with Walt Liefeld). Ruth is an excellent teacher, writer about women’s issues, a columnist, […]

Woman in Ministry

posted by xscot mcknight

This will be the first in a series of posts on women in ministry — as long as everyone behaves. Some of these will pertain to specific issues women face who are in ministries, some will be about biblical texts […]

Women in Ministry

posted by xscot mcknight

For a long time I’ve wanted to do a series on women in ministry, but not only is a blog not the ideal place for such a series, many of us get so riled up that conversation slips all too […]

Women in Ministry

posted by xscot mcknight

I’m asking for your cooperation today. First a question about women in ministry and then some guidelines for participation. The question: Why is it that, in denominations that have chosen to ordain women, ordained women are not being appointed or […]

Willow’s Dangerous Women

posted by xscot mcknight

Gene Appel’s sermon at Willow last night was a thorough defense of women in ministry and I thought it was fantastic. The talk combined three themes: Mother’s Day, The DaVinci Code’s theory that women threaten the Church, and the ministry […]

Women in Ministry: Growing in Importance?

posted by xscot mcknight

A student of mine, sitting near me in a lobby between classes, began chatting with her friend about choosing a church in the area. A comment of hers interests me. She said she had gone to a local church, but […]

Southern Hospitality at Springdale

posted by xscot mcknight

Pastor David Butler and his dear wife, Gayle, hosted Kris and me this weekend at Springdale Community Church in Louisville, Kentucky, and were we treated to kindness! But even more than that, we loved the fellowship and the reports of […]

Emerging Peter: Wives and Husbands 3

posted by xscot mcknight

Peter seeks for ethical guidelines for both wives (3:1-6) and husbands (3:7) when it comes to how this small group of Christians were learning how to live (and survive) in the Roman Empire. Wives are exhorted to live with their […]

Review: I.R. Kitzberger’s Transformative Encounters

posted by xscot mcknight

The following is a review of Ingrid Rosa Kitzberger’s important book, Transformative Encounters, and was not published. It was written to be read at an SBL meeting, and then the session fell through and I was left with this review. […]

Women in the World of Jesus 9

posted by xscot mcknight

So, we are now ready to ask, What did Jesus think of women and How did Jesus treat women? I provide a series of questions for your consideration. A good place to begin here is with D.M. Scholer, “Women,” or […]

Women in the World of Jesus 8

posted by xscot mcknight

What about “other” women? Those who were not the “norm”? Those who lived on the margins?

Women in the World of Jesus 7

posted by xscot mcknight

What could women in the Jewish world do in public? This is often overstated in order to dramatize the difference with Jesus and the early churches. So a good look at some of the evidence may help all of us.

Women in the World of Jesus 6

posted by xscot mcknight

Today’s post will examine what the ancient Jewish sources tell us about how women and the legal system. First, what about Punishments and Judgments? Women were treated absolutely equally in matters pertaining to punishment. Because of Numbers 5:6 (where men […]

Women in the World of Jesus 5

posted by xscot mcknight

Today’s post will look at the crises of a woman in a married life, including adultery, divorce, widowhood, and the issues surrounding levirate marriage First, we look at adultery: a Jewish man could only commit adultery by sexual intercourse with […]

Women in the World of Jesus 4

posted by xscot mcknight

Today’s post will continue our series of summing up what Tal Ilan has described in her book and today we will examine what the ancient Jewish sources tell us about preserving a woman’s chastisty, another major concern in a patriarchal […]

Women in the World of Jesus 2

posted by xscot mcknight

We are looking at women’s place in the world of Jesus in order to comprehend a more historically-informed understanding of women and ministry. Today’s post will look at two subjects in the ancient Jewish world: what does the evidence tell […]

Women in the World of Jesus 1

posted by xscot mcknight

In this series of posts on Jesus and women, there will be a comprehensive survey of what we know about women at the time of Jesus. Our big question is this: What did Jesus and the early churches think of […]

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