Women As Pastors

Women As Pastors

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by Dr. R. D. Anderson
     
 

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Women as Pastors is a powerful look into the controversial idea of Women as pastors. Can they do it, should they do it, are they allowed to do it? Dr. Anderson provides a seriously compelling argument that will pull the reader into understanding what the bible really says on the subject. Dr. Anderson is careful to structure the reading in a way for the reader to feel

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Women as Pastors is a powerful look into the controversial idea of Women as pastors. Can they do it, should they do it, are they allowed to do it? Dr. Anderson provides a seriously compelling argument that will pull the reader into understanding what the bible really says on the subject. Dr. Anderson is careful to structure the reading in a way for the reader to feel a need to study the biblical text further on the subject. He offers several scriptures to lead the reader and the "misplaced leader" into the right thinking on the subject.

Dr. Anderson makes clear his position and thoroughly illustrates to the reader what support he uses to make his point. Accordingly, this may be the first book to discuss the issue straight forward and without any major deviations from the subject matter. Dr. Anderson stays true to the subject matter throughout the book and draws the reader into the "right" understanding chapter after chapter.

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ISBN-13:
9781440158506
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
07/28/2009
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)

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Women As Pastors 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
prayforthechurch More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this book. I have had my own personal views concerning women that preach and pastor but this book actually helped me put my thoughts into real words and truelly understand that women are not called to pastor. After many discussions with many friends on the subject, I finally found something that gives me a biblical perspective to a passionate subject. I like that the author does not try to force one view or another down the readers throat but he gradually builds his position with scripture and not conjecture. Many people I talk to view the subject from behind dark shades, the author of this book seems to stand in the neutral position then he drops the actual understanding of the scriptures and doesn't try to fool the reader with a lot of jargon. Well written, well studied and well delivered in my opinion.