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God, Man & Woman in Today's World
The Matter of Man, Woman, Male Headship, and the Ministry of Women

God, Man & Woman in Today's World

Geoffrey Bingham

by Rev. Geoffrey Bingham

Subject: Hierarchy (Relational)

Pages: 33 pp, Booklet

Pub. Date: 1986

Book Code: 165

ISBN: 0 86408 053 0

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Male-Female; husband-wife; head-body; Christ-Church; the Man and the Woman; ontological; archetypal, ectypal; women's ministry; men's ministry; male leadership; woman deceived; ordination, superordination, subordination; a gentle and quiet spirit; wives subject and submissive; elders, deacons, deaconesses, pastors; ministry gifts, gifts to all; seduction of Eve and the Church; male domination; feminine rule; 'lording it'. servant-ministry; Fatherhood, Sonship., Family.

About this book

  • Are there still people—men and women—who believe in subordination?

  • Have the traditional values of the past been replaced by modern sensible humanism?

  • What possible grounds can persons in this age have to cling to conservatism in doctrine and practice?

  • Is there any reasonable case or cause to oppose the admitting of women to the ordained ministry of the church?

  • What is meant by a 'one-flesh' union?

  • What are the true foundations for marriage and vocation?

In this small book Geoffrey Bingham attempts to answer some of these questions. He has researched the subject widely and deeply for many years, and is not a conservative traditional simply out of obscurantism. A prolific writer in the area of human relationships, he has come up with a book which may well confront humanists—Christian and otherwise.

 

About the writer. Geoffrey Bingham (1919-2009) is the author of many theological titles. An Anglican clergyman, he had experience in war, in a Japanese P. 0. W. camp, as a journalist, as Principal successively to two Bible Colleges, and as Executive Director of New Creation Teaching Ministry. He and his family spent 10 years of missionary service in Pakistan. He exercised a teaching and pastoral role not only in Australia but in countries overseas.