Tag Archives: Women in the Church

3132. How Evangelicalism has Changed – Pr. Chris Rosebrough, 11/9/18

rosebroughPr. Chris Rosebrough of Fighting for the Faith

Fighting for the Faith

3232. Are the Words, “Women Should Keep Silent in the Churches” in 1 Corinthians 14 Authentic? – Dr. Gregory Lockwood, 11/21/17

lockwoodDr. Gregory Lockwood
of Australian Lutheran College

Concordia Commentary: 1 Corinthians

1. The Requirements for the Pastoral Office, Part 3: The Ordination of Women – Dr. Thomas Winger, 5/27/16

Dr. Thomas Winger of Concordia Theological Seminary-St. Catharines, Ontario

The Concordia Commentary on Ephesians
Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary

1. Biblical Womanhood, Part 4: Women in the Bible and the Church – Rebekah Curtis and Rose Adle, 6/4/15

curtisadleRebekah Curtis and Rose Adle, Coauthors, “Ladylike: Living

“Ladylike: Living Biblically” by Rose Adle and Rebekah Curtis
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The Ladylike Blog

2. Responding to Some Arguments for Women’s Ordination – Dr. John Nordling, 3/6/15

Dr. John Nordling of Concordia Theological Seminary-Fort Wayne, IN

“Fallacious Fallacies in Arguing for Women’s Ordination” by John Nordling

2. Recent Comments by Pope Francis – Helen Hull Hitchcock, 3/6/14

Helen Hull Hitchcock of Women for Faith and Family

Women for Faith and Family

1. The Book “Jesus Feminist” – Deaconess Ellie Corrow, 12/13/13

Deaconess Ellie Corrow, Missionary Care Coordinator for the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod

1. Lydia, Dorcas and Phoebe – Dr. Michael Middendorf, 10/25/13

Dr. Michael Middendorf of Concordia University Irvine

“Concordia Commentary: Romans 1-8” by Mike Middendorf

2. Issues Facing Confessional Lutheranism Today – Pr. Matt Harrison, 7/12/13

harrisonPr. Matt Harrison, President of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod

2. Pope Francis and the Role of Women in the Church – Dr. James Hitchcock, 4/2/13

hitchcockDr. James Hitchcock of St. Louis University

1 Timothy 2 on Women in Worship

Dr. Charles Gieschen of Concordia Theological Seminary-Ft. Wayne, IN

Women Pastors? The Ordination of Women in Biblical Lutheran Perspective