Women are NOT inferior to men--so why does the church sometimes treat women as less capable or valued than men? It shouldn’t.
Women are told to be bold, assertive, independent, and competitive. They are expected to take leadership, exert authority, be bread winners, and to singlehandedly tackle all of life’s demands.
God’s high calling for women in the church--a topic still relevant for today--is outlined in I Timothy 2:9-15.
If followed, His plan results in blessing, unity, and glory for God. In this work, Dr John MacArthur discusses major tensions for women in the church as outlined by the Apostle Paul; their attitude, appearance, testimony, design, and contribution.
Complete with questions for review and thoughts for reflection at the end of each section, this thorough, insightful, yet concise study on the important and controversial subject of women in the church will serve as an excellent resource for personal or group study.
Paperback, 91 pages.