Tag Archives: Huldah

The Godliness of Women Exercising Authority Over Men

Some men think women should never exercise authority over men. According to Jesus, they’re wrong: “The Queen of the South will rise at the judgment with the people of this generation and condemn them, for she came from the ends … Continue reading

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Turning to a Woman for the Voice of God

“Did you see how upset King Josiah was, Akbor?” “He wasn’t upset, Ahikam. He was scared.” “When my father Shaphan read aloud the book of Moses found by Hilkiah the high priest, I shook as well.” “I think everyone in … Continue reading

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Godly Women Teaching Godly Men is Godly (and Biblical)

It’s not a matter of whether the Bible says women should teach men. It’s a matter of the Bible showing women actually teaching men, and no one – God included – saying they shouldn’t have. For example: Hilkiah the priest, … Continue reading

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Approval of Women Is Not a Male Prerogative

In Gaudy Night, a 1935 mystery set in an Oxford University women’s college, Dorothy L. Sayers depicts a conversation between Lord Peter Wimsy (Sayers’ aristocratic sleuth) and Dr. Baring, the College Warden (what we’d call the President or Chancellor). Dr. Baring begins to … Continue reading

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Manliness and Femininity: the lies of “Biblical Gender Roles”

They say there’s an exception to every rule, which makes me wonder: And what happens when there are so many exceptions they end up swallowing the rule altogether? Exceptional women? For those who teach that the Bible requires certain roles and functions … Continue reading

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