Your Women Did Prophesy

Your Women Did Prophesy

The book will not consider women who may have held leadership roles but did not preach. The real focus of the book is on the activity of women as can best be reconstructed. Not all statements about women found in Paul, Deutero—Pauline ...

Author: Dr. Ambrose E. Edebe, PhD

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781479742707

Category: Religion

Page: 102

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The book Your Women Did Prophesy documents evidence for biblical and historical precedent for women's participation in preaching and prophesying ministries. It cites specifi c activities of women as recorded in the New Testament, apocryphal writings, and a selection of early church fathers that refer to the fi rst two centuries. The focus of the book is on the activity of women rather than on opinions expressed about the role of women. This book uses the historical critical method of interpretation applied to ancient primary sources. The attempt has been to view these sources in light of their contexts with comment from secondary sources. It refl ects upon preaching issues and practices of today as they grow out of the research. The fi ndings are of a rich heritage of women preachers within the Christian tradition. To date, the church has neglected this aspect of its history. To the extent that the church includes women in the foundation of the teaching and preaching ministries, the stronger and more balanced the structure of the church will be. Clergy and laywomen particularly benefi t from an inclusive church in that their own rootedness in the faith is strengthened by knowledge of these foremothers. The whole church will benefi t from this knowledge as it will begin to see itself as growing in wholeness as refl ected in creation (Gen. 1:27). The information contained in this book is suitable for studies in the local church. It is also useful for preaching, as it enlarges the church's concept of women in the scripture.
Categories: Religion

What American Women Did 1789 1920

What American Women Did  1789  1920

wartime Women in Industry Service. ... Their mission is to find facts on women in labor, investigate situations and act as advocates, ... The war did not bring changes in the number of women in manufacturing and industry.

Author: Linda Miles Coppens

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476605517

Category: Social Science

Page: 271

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This reference book chronicles what American women did from the emergence of the republic through the end of World War I and the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. A broad spectrum of activities are depicted, showing their many accomplishments and how their activities affected the world around them. It was an era of great transition for all women. A who’s who of American women and some men (those who showed great support or, ironically, great opposition to women’s reform) are described one year at a time, beginning with 1789 and ending with 1920. Each year’s activities are organized into seven possible categories: domesticity, work, education, religion, the arts, the law and politics, and joining forces. The book is thoroughly indexed.
Categories: Social Science

A Black Woman Did That

A Black Woman Did That

A BLACK WOMAN DID THAT T 43 boundary - breaking - , bar - raising , world - changing women BY MALAIKA ADERO ILLUSTRATED BY CHANTÉ TIMOTHY Black A WomanDidThat Malaika by Adero Chanté Illustrated Timothy by. Front Cover.

Author: Malaika Adero

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781941367513

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 162

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A celebration of strong, resilient, innovative, and inspiring women of colour. With a vibrant mixture of photography, illustration, biography, and storytelling, author Malaika Adero will spotlight well-known historical figures and women who are pushing boundaries today - from Rosa Parks, Shirley Chisholm, Althea Gibson, and Mae Jamison to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Mo'Ne Davis, Simone Biles, and Ava DuVernay. Entries on each woman or group will highlight their accomplishments, their world-changing words, and the ways in which their lives and actions have made the world a better place.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Women Adventurers 1750 1900

Women Adventurers 1750 1900

Few women who stayed in one place for a long period of years are included in this book, and it focuses on women who did some significant travel before 1900. Most of the women were British, for several reasons. As Britain was a seafaring ...

Author: Mary Frech McVicker

Publisher: McFarland Publishing

ISBN: UOM:39015073868260

Category: Reference

Page: 216

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"This biographical dictionary provides an extensive guide to prominent female travelers of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. British women make up the largest portion of the book's focus. Organized alphabetically by the adventurers' last names, each entry features biographical information including the woman's family background, her educational history, and a brief summary of her world travels"--Provided by publisher.
Categories: Reference

Women And Revolution In Iran

Women And Revolution In Iran

The pill was most widely circulated because it was easy to handle and did not require a gynecological examination. ... When the women did not respond to their calls, they would dispense pills out to whomever was standing around, ...

Author: Guity Nashat

Publisher: Westview Press

ISBN: UCSC:32106007512244

Category: Social Science

Page: 322

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Categories: Social Science

The Role of Women in Librarianship 1876 1976

The Role of Women in Librarianship  1876 1976

Architecture, the Law, and the Medical Profession, to name a few that come to my mind, consisted of men only until quite recent days, and when women did begin to creep in, there was, and still is, much prejudice against them.

Author: Kathleen M. Heim

Publisher: Phoenix : Oryx Press

ISBN: UOM:39015005159366

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 560

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The history of the first hundred years of librarianship is viewed through a selection of articles documenting the efforts of women to attain full opportunity and recognition within the profession
Categories: Business & Economics

Women s Infertility and the Self

Women s Infertility and the Self

Because middle class and upper middle class women in this study had the resources to pursue advanced treatments for ... These were women, who although they may have expected that they would always work, did not derive a sense of ...

Author: Jeni Loftus

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000094865122

Category:

Page: 482

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The Solicitors Journal Reporter

The Solicitors  Journal   Reporter

If he did not die intestate she was proposals were not pressed . – Mr. S. Ayrton proposed to left to his justice and mercy . He did not deny that the except all existing yearly tenancies . - Mír . Jessel said the majority of women were ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:555006425

Category: Law

Page: 1012

View: 135

Categories: Law

Statistical Bulletin Metropolitan Life

Statistical Bulletin   Metropolitan Life

Canadian women with at December ,east a secondary school education were about 1975 twice as likely to be job holders or seekers ... The rates for single women did not vary so much from province to province. ln every region labor force ...

Author: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924050308570

Category: Life expectancy

Page:

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Categories: Life expectancy

The Women s Tradition in American Poetry

The Women s Tradition in American Poetry

As Louise Hogan has written: "In women more than in men, the intensity of their emotions is the key to the treasures of their spirit." Thus the distortions of their lives as poets have put them in ' touch with feelings rarely described ...

Author: Cheryl Walker

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000046096739

Category: American poetry

Page: 598

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Categories: American poetry