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Doctrine and Practice: The Case of Female Worship Readers in WELS Multicultural Church Settings
“I have the right to do anything,” you say—but not everything is beneficial. “I have the right to do anything”—but not everything is constructive. 24 No one should seek their own good, but the good of others” (1 Corinthians ...
The Role of Man and Woman: Defending God's Roles in Marriage Against the Attacks of the Devil in the 21st Century
With our society continuing to become more “gender-neutral” many influences are attacking the foundation of the roles God has established for man and woman in marriage. While some of these influences merely challenge ...
Women's Voice in the Church: A Study of the Connection between Voice and Authority and Its Implications for Today
A debate rages around the “roles” or “callings” of men and women and how it affects women having a voice and authority in the church today. There are two sides to this debate. The Egalitarians say there should be no ...
Hearing the Helpers: An Examination of How WELS Women Understand the Teaching of the Roles of Men and Women in an Age of Feminism
The feminist movement’s influence reaches across today’s culture and into the church. There is a stark contrast between modern society and the Bible’s teaching of the roles of men and women. This can be tremendously difficult ...
Are Transgender People Sinning?
While transgenderism in America may be confusing to Christians, they need not be afraid of this important emerging social issue. Instead they need to do their best to understand it. The first half of this paper will walk ...