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Sermon Clip: Twisted Scripture 1 Timothy 2:12
1 Timothy 2:12 has been used over the years to keep women from teaching or preaching theology and being in positions of leadership within a church. When looked at within its historical and cultural context, however, we find Paul’s restriction on women was due to specific cultural problems that no longer apply to educated women today.
Full Sermon Here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/twisted-scripture-1-timothy-2-12
Category: Sermons and Video Clips
Tags: Bible, Greg Boyd, Love, Sermons, Theology, Woodland Hills Church
Topics: The Problem of Evil
The One True Image of God: God’s Self-Portrait, Part 4
This point is emphasized throughout the New Testament because, if we don’t get this, we are left to our own imaginations about God, and we’ll draw from a multitude of different sources to construct a mental picture of God that will, to one degree or another, fall short of the beauty of the true God…
Bruxy on Anger
Last weekend Bruxy Cavey preached at Woodland Hills Church while Greg attended the ReKnew retreat. Here’s a little clip of the sermon he shared regarding meekness and anger.
Part 2: Disarming Flood’s Case Against Biblical Infallibility
Image by humancarbine via Flickr In this second part of my review of Disarming Scripture I will begin to address its strengths and weakness. [Click here for Part 1] There is a great deal in Disarming Scripture that I appreciate. Perhaps the most significant thing is that Flood fully grasps, and effectively communicates, the truth that…
Sermon Clip: Twisted Scripture-Hebrews 9
Why must there be the shedding of blood for the forgiveness of sins? Our Twisted Scripture series continues this week as Greg explores Hebrews 9:18-22. This scripture passage is commonly used to support the penal substitutionary atonement theory in which our guilt was transferred to Christ and He was punished on the cross on our…
Honesty, However Ugly
For last week’s sermon at Woodland Hills Church, Greg spoke about the importance of being honest with God about our struggles and doubts. This is part of what it means to be in a genuine relationship with God, and the Bible is full of characters who demonstrate this for us. Is it difficult for you…
Reading the Bible “by Faith”
The cruciform approach to reading the Bible—and specifically the culturally-conditioned and sin-stained portraits of God—requires faith on the part of the reader, which I argue in Crucifixion of the Warrior God. On one level we can discern by faith that often times God broke through the limitations and sin of the ancient authors, for we…