by Richard656
 in response to Women Preachers
Aug 12, 2009 | 89 views | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print

I think it comes down to your perceived definition of “preach”.

If by “preach” you mean pastor a church, then I agree, women shouldn’t pastor.

Our Bible tells us that one who desires to be a bishop (pastor) is to be the husband of one wife, and I don’t think a woman can be the husband of one wife.

If you define “preach” as merely carrying the Word of God, then, yes, I believe women can, and do, preach.  Kids can preach.  Anyone who God deems fit to carry His word can preach.

You can call it “giving a message”, you can call it “speaking”, or “preaching”, it’s pretty much all the same.  Carrying and announcing the Word of God.

So, unpc, what is YOUR definiton of “preach”?

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