Talking Heads: On Headship, Teaching, and Women in the Church



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Some issues arise in time, some issues fade with time, and some issues are perennial. That which is founded in the nature of Creation, which flows from the nature of God, never ceases to be relevant to His Church, to His people. The issues of headship, teaching, and authority are perennial issues, and they often arise in the context of the relationship of men and women and the role of women in the Church or in the churches.

In this episode, we address the Scriptural and the ontological with regard to authority, headship, teaching, and the role of women — both in the Church and in the Christian life.

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2 Replies to “Talking Heads: On Headship, Teaching, and Women in the Church”

  1. The explanation here for “image” in “image of god, was something i never got elsewhere although i ams till unclear on the matter


    1. What precisely the imago Dei is is a complex subject. In part, the imago Dei is the original righteousness with which man was created in the Garden, and this was lost in original sin, but is restored (although not entirely in this life, for original sin still taints us so long as we live here) via faith in Christ and the indwelling of the Spirit. This is likely a sufficient definition for most, but there is certainly a wealth of materials available for anyone who wishes to look into the subject more deeply.