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She Shall Be Called Woman

Part Three Introduction and Links


In Part Three  five scripture passages from Paul's letters and one from Peter's that limit the lives and ministry of women will be examined in light of new information on word meanings gained from recently discovered Greek papryi.


If you have gotten this far, it indicates that the subject is very important to you.  This section is not easy and the lessons are a bit longer in order to bring continuity.  If these scriptures had been easy, the errors would have been discovered and fixed long ago.  Take advantage of the footnotes and links to help you through hard to understand sections.  These sessions are condensations of years of study and prayer for truth.  We believe they are worth the effort.  


Please approach this subject with an open heart and mind seeking the guidance of the Holy Spirit who is the Spirit of Truth. At the end of each session you will find some questions for your own personal thought and/or discussion by email.  Links to our email are provided at the end of each session. 


All scripture references are from the New King James Bible, unless otherwise stated.  The following abbreviations will be used to indicate other Bible translations: NIV = New International Version, NAS = New American Standard, AMP = Amplified, and KJ = King James.


Word meanings can be a problem for any teaching that is given on a worldwide basis via the internet. For clarity, further explanation is given for words that are underlined in the scripture verses and in some cases synonyms are given in parenthesis following a word.  If you come across typos we have missed, please email us at 


Part Three Session Links


Part Three Session One - Shall women be silent?


Part Three Session Two - Exploring the Greek word, kephalē translated “head.”


Part Three Session Three - Exploring the Greek word hupotasso translated submit


Part Three Session Four - Subject and Submit in Ephesians 5:23-33 and 1 Peter 3:1-7


Part Three Session Five - 1 Timothy 2:8-15


Part Three Session Six  - Women in Leadership in the Early Church and What Happened After the First Century



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