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Oct 09, 2006


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Denis Hancock

So far this is the meatiest chapter -- they provide a compelling case for Paul's willingness to work with women not as subordinates, but as colleagues.

I was especially interested in the early church fathers' references to women in leadership.

I'm just barely staying ahead of your schedule, and I will definitely have to read a few more chapters tonight.

Michael Kruse

"So far this is the meatiest chapter-"

The book spends some time building the background at first but by the end of this week I think we start confronting several controversial issues. I think the background is helpful for setting the context in which our current discussion is happening.

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