Christianity and its stance on women.

Discussion in 'Christianity' started by VirtuousValkyrie, Apr 28, 2004.

  1. iBrian

    iBrian Peace, Love and Unity Admin

    Jul 15, 2003
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    Now that is a most valuable quote. :)
  2. Purpose In Theism

    Purpose In Theism New Member

    May 26, 2004
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    Interesting assertion, however consider this.

    You cannot help the poor man by destroying the rich.
    William Boetcker

    In this case, "You cannot help women simlpy by bashing men". What say you?
  3. wizanda

    wizanda Member

    Aug 29, 2004
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    The reason being is that Christianity as we know it, follows the Anti-Christ, Paul contradicts Christ on well over 36 points. Including this one as foretold he would:

    Dan 11:17 He also shall set his face to enter with the strength of all his kingdom, and upright ones with him. So he shall do. And he shall give the daughter of women to him, to destroy it; but she shall not stand, nor be for him.

    Mat 12:50 for whoever shall do the will of My Father in Heaven, the same are my brother and SISTER and MOTHER.

    Other points are there is women prophetess and teachers are all the way through the Bible they removed some though.
    Whose Church was it who did this? Paul’s why do they follow mostly Pharisee terms and none of Christ’s?

    Christ said women could!! So what ever they say Paul says, how can you be a Christian if you don’t even follow Christ and follow a Pharisee instead?
  4. Faithfulservant

    Faithfulservant New Member

    Dec 24, 2004
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    Bold. Confused also. People generally misunderstand what Paul said in an attempt to falsify Christianity.

  5. Quahom1

    Quahom1 What was the question?

    Dec 26, 2003
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    Welcome to CR Val,

    In the matters of power, authority over the masses, and such the Bible says nothing contrary to the woman carrying out such roles. It is only in the home and the church that the Bible speaks of matters which quite frankly, rankle the hackles of modern day woman.

    Why is that? Why is it that most men have no problem taking orders from a Mayor or Govenor or Captain of the female persuasion, but when it comes to the home, that is a different matter?

    Why is it that when man in his home gives up his authority, that woman looks down on him?

    Why is it that on today's sitcoms, husbands and fathers look like total idiots, and are treated as handicapped morons by the opposite lead of the show (the woman)?

    I don't know either, but there is an ignored passage in the old testament, in the oldest of the books that make up the Bible that begins to explain it.

    "I will greatly increase your pangs in child bearing, in pain you shall bring forth children, yet your desire shall be for your husband, and he shall rule over you."

    In today's age, both are dis-appearing quickly.

    When God said He would make a "help meet" for man, He didn't say one who would take over, but would attempt to do so.

    Again, we are not talking about rulers of the world here. We're talking about what goes on in the home...and from there it spreads out to the world.

    In Christianity women and men are equal...but it seems that women want more...

    my thoughts


  6. Pico

    Pico New Member

    Sep 20, 2005
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    What that quote means, is that there is no difference in people in God's eyes; we are all people. He doesn't look at one as a Jew and another as a Greek, but we are all one with Christ.

    It seems your dislike for Men over Women comes from men's abuse over women. If people live like God says, putting others needs before your own, and Loving each other as you love yourself, then there would be no abuse of power over women. Plus it says that God made man first, and gave man authority over the Earth, and then he made woman from man.

    It kinda makes sense to me that men should have authority over women, considering woman came from man, and God has authority over everything because everything came (into being) from God; such how woman came (into being) from man.

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