This painstaking work will enlighten people on all sides of the issue, though Stanley Grenz makes no secret of his bold conclusion. Historical, biblical, and theological considerations, he writes, converge not only in allowing, but also in insisting, that women serve as full partners with men in the work of the church.
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Review 1 for Women in the Church: A Biblical Theology of Ministry
Date:January 26, 2007
I have read a number of books on this subject lately. This is a scholarly, well researched,and well documented book which I would absolutely recommend to anyone interested in women in the ministry. It takes the view that women are allowed full access to all ministry functions, including pastor, but it is never disrespectful of other opinions. If I could buy only one book on the subject, it would be this one, as it covers every objection to women in the ministry throughly. Highly recommended.
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Review 2 for Women in the Church: A Biblical Theology of Ministry
Date:January 20, 2007
As I read the content of the book it is inspired to my heart. Because it has been my joy to see more about the rightfulness of women are found in the book.God bless...