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b. Paul is not saying that all women should not teach men, otherwise, he is in conflict with his previous writings. Phoebe was a deacon, church leader in Rome (Romans 16); Euodia and Syntyche were two women who worked side by side with Paul in sharing the gospel (Philippians 4); Paul gave instruction about women praying or prophesying in church (1 Corinthians 11); Priscilla and Aquila taught Apollos (Acts 18); and Philip had four daughters with a gift of prophesying (Acts 21).
c. It is very obvious that Eve took the temptation first, but Adam was right there with her and denied his spiritual leadership position. Sin resulted from both not following their designated responsibilities. Headship vs. submission. Position vs. influence.
d. All women would not be saved by childbearing or every woman with children would go to heaven! Certainly in conflict with other Scripture. Faith, love, holiness, and modesty are a practice for men and women!
c. No one is beyond the grace of God. It is hard to pray for “kings” as they are far away, we don’t know them, and we will never see them. Generally, rulers are godless and don’t listen to the Holy Spirit. God has used rulers to punish or reward His people. If you want your prayers to do the greatest good for the most people, pray for your rulers!
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