Today at 02:13 PM
Tony Smith et al:
My previous login
name appears to have been blocked. I don't know if that was done
on purpose, or if there were technical difficulties.
Nevertheless, Tony Smith, you have failed to answer my question. The question is the following: What
scriptural authority do you have for prohibiting women from quoting or
suggesting scriptures on an Internet discussion board?
I await your answer, from the scriptures.
- 1 Tim 2:12 ("...I do not allow a woman to teach...") is not applicable, because quoting or suggesting scriptures in and of itself IS NEITHER TEACHING NOR EXERCISING AUTHORITY. Please
explain to me how telling or reminding someone what God said in His
word amounts to being a classroom lesson, a seminar, or a college
course lecturing session. I don't understand this -- please help me here.
- Also, 1 Tim 2 says NOTHING about church and NOTHING about an Internet discussion board.
- Your doctrine even prevents a woman from simply posting or quoting John 3:16 ("...for God so loved the world...") because she would be GUILTY of imparting knowledge about salvation. What a crime! Off with her head! (...and you call ME spiritually retarded).