Women's Ordination Does It Matter?
208 pages, soft cover - This book retails for $15.99, we sell if for $9.99 while supplies last.
Authors: Clinton and Gina Wahlen
In the early days, our pioneers heard each other out. They studied both sides of an issue before making any decisions. There was fairness in the process.
If we earnestly pray for the Holy Spirit and are not immovably bound to our own ideas, God will lead us into unity in our understanding of Scripture. Many people wonder whether the ordination of women is important enough to risk splitting the church. They are asking important questions such as:
- What, if anything, does the Bible have to say about the ordination of women?
- Does it matter how we interpret the Bible?
- Was Paul’s counsel limited to a certain time, place, and culture?
- Must women keep silent in church?
- Should each division of the world church decide the issue of women’s ordination for their territory?
- What is the secret to our unity as a world church?
This timely book addresses these questions and more in a reader-friendly way, backed by solid scholarship.
About the authors:
Clinton and Gina Wahlen have been ministering together for more than 30 years. Clinton is currently serving as an associate director of the Biblical Research Institute (BRI) at the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He holds a Ph.D. in New Testament from Cambridge University, U.K. Gina currently serves the world church as editor of the Mission quarterlies. She holds a M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Religious Communication from Andrews University.
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