Countless women in the Bible are referenced to in high regard. Deborah was a judge over Israel found in Judges 4, and Mary gave birth to Jesus, the Savior of the world. Afte...
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...of today thus hindering the work Christ left believers here on earth to do.
The Word of God is the Christian’s reference point and authority in life. The object of his faith is the Word of God, for the Bible says, “Faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God.” (Romans 10:17) Paul’s teachings in the Bible come from the direct inspiration of God, meaning they are not his words and teachings, but God’s. America was a nation founded on Christian principles evidenced by a walk through the colonies. Scripture was found everywhere. Over the years, America has dangerously continued to stray from the Bible and Christian principles. Even though the role of women in the church may not seem like a serious issue compared to other doctrinal problems, the teaching is clear in the Bible and further evidence of a nation who needs to come back to Christ.
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