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Comment on Lydia and the ‘Place of Prayer’ at Philippi by Women Church Leaders in the New Testament

By Women Church Leaders in the New Testament […] Stanley Grenz notes that the gospel “radically altered the position of women, elevating them to a partnership with men unparalleled in first-century society.”[21] The following first century women are all ministers and church leaders mentioned in the New Testament: Philip’s daughters (Acts 21:9), Priscilla (Acts 18:26; Rom. 16:3-5, etc), …read more

Comment on Lydia and the ‘Place of Prayer’ at Philippi by Women Church Leaders in the New Testament

By Women Church Leaders in the New Testament […] Stanley Grenz notes that the gospel “radically altered the position of women, elevating them to a partnership with men unparalleled in first-century society.”[21] The following first century women are all ministers and church leaders mentioned in the New Testament: Philip’s daughters (Acts 21:9), Priscilla (Acts 18:26; Rom. 16:3-5, etc), …read more

Comment on Lydia and the ‘Place of Prayer’ at Philippi by Women Church Leaders in the New Testament

By Women Church Leaders in the New Testament […] Stanley Grenz notes that the gospel “radically altered the position of women, elevating them to a partnership with men unparalleled in first-century society.”[21] The following first century women are all ministers and church leaders mentioned in the New Testament: Philip’s daughters (Acts 21:9), Priscilla (Acts 18:26; Rom. 16:3-5, etc), …read more

Comment on Lydia and the ‘Place of Prayer’ at Philippi by Women Church Leaders in the New Testament

By Women Church Leaders in the New Testament […] Stanley Grenz notes that the gospel “radically altered the position of women, elevating them to a partnership with men unparalleled in first-century society.”[21] The following first century women are all ministers and church leaders mentioned in the New Testament: Philip’s daughters (Acts 21:9), Priscilla (Acts 18:26; Rom. 16:3-5, etc), …read more

Comment on Fact Checking Dan Barker: From our Recent Debate June 6, 2015 by Celsus

By Celsus ***”Luke 24:34 Celsus! “appeared to Simon” You have already conceded that Luke sees this appearance as a physical, resurrected Jesus.”***
Luke 24:39-43 depicts Jesus as bodily resurrected. However, he doesn’t describe the “appearance” to Simon nor do we have any firsthand accounts from Simon himself. According to Acts, Simon was susceptible …read more

Comment on Fact Checking Dan Barker: From our Recent Debate June 6, 2015 by Celsus

By Celsus ***”Luke 24:34 Celsus! “appeared to Simon” You have already conceded that Luke sees this appearance as a physical, resurrected Jesus.”***
Luke 24:39-43 depicts Jesus as bodily resurrected. However, he doesn’t describe the “appearance” to Simon nor do we have any firsthand accounts from Simon himself. According to Acts, Simon was susceptible …read more

Comment on Fact Checking Dan Barker: From our Recent Debate June 6, 2015 by Celsus

By Celsus ***”Luke 24:34 Celsus! “appeared to Simon” You have already conceded that Luke sees this appearance as a physical, resurrected Jesus.”***
Luke 24:39-43 depicts Jesus as bodily resurrected. However, he doesn’t describe the “appearance” to Simon nor do we have any firsthand accounts from Simon himself. According to Acts, Simon was susceptible …read more

Comment on Fact Checking Dan Barker: From our Recent Debate June 6, 2015 by Celsus

By Celsus ***”Luke 24:34 Celsus! “appeared to Simon” You have already conceded that Luke sees this appearance as a physical, resurrected Jesus.”***
Luke 24:39-43 depicts Jesus as bodily resurrected. However, he doesn’t describe the “appearance” to Simon nor do we have any firsthand accounts from Simon himself. According to Acts, Simon was susceptible …read more

Comment on Fact Checking Dan Barker: From our Recent Debate June 6, 2015 by Barry Jones

By Barry Jones Justin, your echoing the standard inerrantist belief that Acts 11:2 is “singling out” a sub-group of Christians more specific than “apostles and brethren” is not persuasive to me for the following reasons:
First, and probably most important, your current argument from Acts 11:1-2 indicates you’ve changed your mind since I posted …read more

Comment on Fact Checking Dan Barker: From our Recent Debate June 6, 2015 by Barry Jones

By Barry Jones Justin, your echoing the standard inerrantist belief that Acts 11:2 is “singling out” a sub-group of Christians more specific than “apostles and brethren” is not persuasive to me for the following reasons:
First, and probably most important, your current argument from Acts 11:1-2 indicates you’ve changed your mind since I posted …read more

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