Sermon Clip: Twisted Scripture 1 Timothy 2:12

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

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