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Interesting, interesting, interesting! A thought provoking look at women in the New Testament:

Originally posted on ben.edictions:

English: Jesus and Mary Magdalene

English: Jesus and Mary Magdalene (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I decided to jot this down after reading an essay by Scot McKnight of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Chicago.  The point of his essay is that for whatever reason (he gives a few but I don’t necessarily agree) these women are pushed to the margins of both biblical studies and church teaching and have there for much of Christian history.  A few names on this list are familiar, but most I know only through scattered references and some not at all.  Even of the prominent, their true role as portrayed in Scripture and the implications of that role are almost universally minimized.  Simply put, I’m writing this post to stop being part of the problem.  After reading through the following I hope what I mean here will become clear.  I am not trying to advocate for any certain theology or way…

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  1. Thanks for the reblog. I’m glad you enjoyed it.

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