Women and ordination : biblical and historical studies : Seventh-day Adventist leaders and scholars explore an important issue facing the church ; edited by John W. Reeve ; forw. Niel-Erik Andreasen

Piece-Analytic Level: Moskala, Jiří, Toward Consistent Adventist Hermeneutics: From Creation through De-Creation to Re-Creation, 1-38 p. • A Statement of the Andrews University Theological Seminary, On the Unique Headship of Christ in the Church, 39-46 p. • Reeve, John W., Why Women Were Barred from Ordination in Christian Tradition, 47-64 p. • Jankiewicz, Darius, Authority of the Christian Leader, 65-84 p. • Fortin, Denis, Ellen White, Women in Ministry, and the Ordination of Women, 85-112 p. • Knigh, George R., James White Finds the Answer, 113-120 p. • Davidson, Jo Ann, Women in Scripture: A Survey and Evaluation, 121-142 p. • Davidson, Richard M., Should Women Be Ordained as Pastors? Old Testament Considerations, 143-196 p. • Reeve, Teresa, Should Women Be Ordained as Pastors? New Testament Considerations, 197-230 p. • Jankiewicz, Darius, Phoebe: An Early Church Leader, 231-236 p. • Vyhmeister, Nancy, Junia the Apostle, 237-242 p. • Reeve, Teresa, First Corinthians 11:2-16 and the Ordination of Women to Pastoral Ministry, 243-262 p. • Moraes, Natanael B. R., The Contribution of Galatians 3:28 to the Theology of Ordination, 263-296 p. • Hanna, Martin, Men and Women in Church Order: A Study of Paul’s Use of Representative Statements, 297-308 p. • Cosaert, Carl P., Leadership and Gender in the Ephesian Church: An Examination of 1 Timothy, 309-338 p. • Nelson, Dwight K., My Personal Testimony: Some Pastoral Reflections, 339-350 p. • Dudley, Roger L., The Ordination of Women in Light of the Character of God, 351-364 p. • Rodriguez, Angel Manuel, The Case for a Gender-Inclusive Ordained Ministry, 365-386 p. • Oliver, Barry, Moving Forward in Unity, 387-394 p.Coauthor: АвторSecondary Author: Reeve, J. W., John W.Language: англійська.Country: СПОЛУЧЕНІ ШТАТИ АМЕРИКИ.Publication: Nampa, Idaho : Pacific Press Publishing Association, ©2015Description: xii, 394 p.ISBN: 978-0-8163--5787-1; 0-8163-5787-0.Contents note: Foreword Niels-Erik Andreasen -- vi Introduction Jiri Moskala -- ix 1. Toward Consistent Adventist Hermeneutics: From Creation through De-Creation to Re-Creation Jiri Moskala -- 1 2. On the Unique Headship of Christ in the Church A Statement of the Andrews University Theological Seminary -- 39 3. Why Women Were Barred from Ordination in Christian Tradition John W. Reeve -- 47 4. Authority of the Christian Leader Darius Jankiewicz -- 65 5. Ellen White, Women in Ministry, and the Ordination of Women Denis Fortin -- 85 6. James White Finds the Answer George R. Knight -- 113 7. Women in Scripture: A Survey and Evaluation Jo Ann Davidson -- 121 8. Should Women Be Ordained as Pastors? Old Testament Considerations Richard M. Davidson -- 143 9. Should Women Be Ordained as Pastors? New Testament Considerations Teresa Reeve -- 197 10. Phoebe: An Early Church Leader Darius Jankiewicz -- 231 11. Junia the Apostle Nancy Vyhmeister -- 237 12. First Corinthians 11:2-16 and the Ordination of Women to Pastoral Ministry Teresa Reeve -- 243 13. The Contribution of Galatians 3:28 to the Theology of Ordination Natanael B. R Moraes -- 263 14. Men and Women in Church Order: A Study of Paul’s Use of Representative Statements Martin Hanna -- 297 15. Leadership and Gender in the Ephesian Church: An Examination of 1 Timothy Carl P. Cosaert -- 309 16. My Personal Testimony: Some Pastoral Reflections Dwight K. Nelson -- 339 17. The Ordination of Women in Light of the Character of God Roger L. Dudley -- 351 18. The Case for a Gender-Inclusive Ordained Ministry Angel Manuel Rodriguez -- 365 19. Moving Forward in Unity Barry Oliver -- 387 Abstract: It is the accompaniment of the Holy Spirit of God that prepares workers, both men and women, to become pastors to the flock of God. Ellen G. White, Testimonies for the Church, vol. 6, p. 322 The biblical understanding of ordination is not that the act changes those who are set aside, but only that the church is acknowledging what God has already done by equipping them through the gifts of the Spirit. Ji í Moskala, dean, SDA Theological Seminary Wom­en s ordination to ministry does not violate the preservation of God s name, neither His pre­cepts written in the Holy Scriptures. Only two factors can limit the decision of the Adventist Church in favor of women s ordination: avoid­ing scandal and the hindrance of the evange­lizing mission to the world. Natanael B. P. Moraes, professor of applied theology, Adventist..Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references..Subject - Topical Name: Ordination of women -- Seventh-day Adventists | Women in church work -- Seventh-day Adventists | Women clergy Item type: Книги
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Бібліотека Українського Гуманітарного Інституту
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262 / W80 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available (Немає обмежень доступу) 41683-003729

On cover: Special Committee, SDA Theological Seminary - Editor, John W. Reeve.

Includes bibliographical references.

Foreword Niels-Erik Andreasen vi Introduction Jiri Moskala ix 1. Toward Consistent Adventist Hermeneutics: From Creation through De-Creation to Re-Creation Jiri Moskala 1 2. On the Unique Headship of Christ in the Church A Statement of the Andrews University Theological Seminary 39 3. Why Women Were Barred from Ordination in Christian Tradition John W. Reeve 47 4. Authority of the Christian Leader Darius Jankiewicz 65 5. Ellen White, Women in Ministry, and the Ordination of Women Denis Fortin 85 6. James White Finds the Answer George R. Knight 113 7. Women in Scripture: A Survey and Evaluation Jo Ann Davidson 121 8. Should Women Be Ordained as Pastors? Old Testament Considerations Richard M. Davidson 143 9. Should Women Be Ordained as Pastors? New Testament Considerations Teresa Reeve 197 10. Phoebe: An Early Church Leader Darius Jankiewicz 231 11. Junia the Apostle Nancy Vyhmeister 237 12. First Corinthians 11:2-16 and the Ordination of Women to Pastoral Ministry Teresa Reeve 243 13. The Contribution of Galatians 3:28 to the Theology of Ordination Natanael B. R Moraes 263 14. Men and Women in Church Order: A Study of Paul’s Use of Representative Statements Martin Hanna 297 15. Leadership and Gender in the Ephesian Church: An Examination of 1 Timothy Carl P. Cosaert 309 16. My Personal Testimony: Some Pastoral Reflections Dwight K. Nelson 339 17. The Ordination of Women in Light of the Character of God Roger L. Dudley 351 18. The Case for a Gender-Inclusive Ordained Ministry Angel Manuel Rodriguez 365 19. Moving Forward in Unity Barry Oliver 387

It is the accompaniment of the Holy Spirit of God that prepares workers, both men and women, to become pastors to the flock of God. Ellen G. White, Testimonies for the Church, vol. 6, p. 322 The biblical understanding of ordination is not that the act changes those who are set aside, but only that the church is acknowledging what God has already done by equipping them through the gifts of the Spirit. Ji í Moskala, dean, SDA Theological Seminary Wom­en s ordination to ministry does not violate the preservation of God s name, neither His pre­cepts written in the Holy Scriptures. Only two factors can limit the decision of the Adventist Church in favor of women s ordination: avoid­ing scandal and the hindrance of the evange­lizing mission to the world. Natanael B. P. Moraes, professor of applied theology, Adventist.

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