Sinaiticus οὐδέ Galatians 1 vv 16-17

Philip Payne, οὐδέ, and Galatians 1 vv 16-17

by Andrew Chapman


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In a paper presented to the Evangelical Theological Society in 1986, and entitled ‘οὐδέ in 1 Timothy 2:12’, Philip Payne argued for a novel understanding of the meaning and force of οὐδέ in that text of scripture. A revised version of the paper was published in the Journal of New Testament Studies in 2008. As…

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The meaning of οὐδέ in 1 Timothy 2:12

by Andrew Chapman


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‘I do not permit a woman to teach, nor to exercise authority over a man, but to be in quietness,’ the scripture says (1 Timothy 2:12), but now many are pretending that Paul was prohibiting only a certain type of teaching by women. Thus, in his Grove Booklet, ‘Women and Authority: The key biblical texts,’…

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by Andrew Chapman


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    When I challenge fellow believers about their acquiescence in the current prevalent practice in evangelical churches of allowing women to preach and teach in the pulpit and to serve as pastors and elders over the flock, contrary to the clear instruction of holy scripture, the most common single response is along the lines…