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One Father One Teacher One Head: Women In Worship By Robin Jones
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Jesus said that He is the only ultimate spiritual leader of men and women. “And do not be called teachers; for One is your Teacher, the Christ.” There are a handful of passages which... More > seem to contradict this message. When Jesus was tempted to take a passage at face value he said “It is also written”. Matt. 4:7 This research considers what is “also written” and investigates the passages which appear to elevate men as leaders, and silence women.< Less
One Father One Teacher One Head: Women In Worship By Robin Jones
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Jesus said that He is the only ultimate spiritual leader of men and women. This research investigates the passages which appear to contradict His teaching and elevate men as leaders, and silence... More > women.< Less
Under the Banner of Love: Mary Magdalene Author of the 4th Gospel By Robin Jones
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This research re-thinks the traditional view that God only spoke through men, and presents the evidence that the fourth gospel was written by Mary Magdalene – the ‘Beloved Disciple’... More > whose identity is revealed at the foot of the cross. It also demonstrates the way Koine Greek defaults to masculine when written from the perspective of a person who chooses to remain unidentified or anonymous – who deliberately writes from the perspective of a ‘Beloved Disciple’ and for whom gender is irrelevant. For almost two thousand years the real identity of the ‘Beloved Disciple’ has been obscured by the incorrect naming of the fourth gospel as ‘John’.< Less
Under the Banner of Love By Robin Jones
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This research re-thinks the traditional view that God only spoke through men, and presents the evidence that the fourth gospel was written by Mary Magdalene – the ‘Beloved Disciple’... More > whose identity is revealed at the foot of the cross. It demonstrates the way Koine Greek defaults to masculine when written from the perspective of a person who chooses to remain unidentified or anonymous – who deliberately writes from the perspective of a ‘Beloved Disciple’ and for whom gender is irrelevant. For almost two thousand years the real identity of the ‘Beloved Disciple’ has been obscured by the incorrect naming of the fourth gospel as ‘John’.< Less