Why women think the apostle Paul doesn't like them
Some verses in Paul's letters mislead women into thinking that God considers them to be inferior beings--passages such as, "I do not allow a woman to teach," "A woman must not speak in the ecclesia," "Man came before woman," and so forth. In Eve Raised, Martin Zender turns orthodoxy on its head, demonstrating that, not only do these verses not disparage women, they actually show woman to be a superior creation worthy of protection.
"The males, flattering themselves, read Paul's words and crown themselves kings. Strange. These passages, rightly grasped, make men the dedicated guardians of the fair sex."
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