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Apr 24, 2008


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Scot McKnight


Williams is spot-on, and now add to this that most households were run by the mother of the house and you've got a clear indicator of the significance of women leaders in the earliest churches. Romans 16.

Michael W. Kruse

This book by Williams is just wonderful. I hope to review it next week. I'm already hunting down other things she has written.

"mother of the house"

I also think of people like Lydia with the "church" meeting in her home. It is so hard for as truly enter the world of these communities in our minds as we read the Bible.

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