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Women rabbis

Discussion in 'Messianic Judaism' started by Daughter of Ararat, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. someguy14

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    Ain't such things as men or women. :) God is the only one worthy!

    Galatians 3:28
    There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.
     
  2. Gxg (G²)

    Gxg (G²) Pilgrim/Monastic on the Road to God (Psalm 84:1-7) Supporter CF Ambassadors

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    That was dealing specifically with salvation/all unifiied in Christ, no one being above the other. But there was still distinction ( 1 Timothy 2:8-10, 1 Timothy 3:10-12, Titus 2:2-4 ,1 Peter 3:4-6 , etc ):)
     
  3. someguy14

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    All one in Christ Jesus friend. :)
     
  4. mishkan

    mishkan There's room for YOU in the Mishkan! Supporter

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    Which means what, exactly?

    Too broad an interpretation of that statement, and you'll be condoning cross-dressing. Do you understand the context of that statement?
     
  5. Gxg (G²)

    Gxg (G²) Pilgrim/Monastic on the Road to God (Psalm 84:1-7) Supporter CF Ambassadors

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    Indeed. Being one in Messiah doesn't mean all distinctions are gone..and to claim such would be in line with the rest of what the apostles taught.
     
  6. yedida

    yedida Ruth Messianic, joining Israel, Na'aseh v'nishma!

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    Not only cross-dressing but homosexuality totally, including same-sex marriages, etc.
    Totally ignoring the passages of not mixing kinds and/or species, etc.
    Terrible idea to ignore what Torah teaches with the misuse of one tiny little sentence!!
     
  7. yedida

    yedida Ruth Messianic, joining Israel, Na'aseh v'nishma!

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    Come to think of it - using that context we also lose the distinctions of no mother - no son/ no uncle - no niece / are you getting the picture??? ALWAYS use context!!!
     
  8. someguy14

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    Lol. Crossdressing? If it means taking up your cross and following Jesus, I am all for it. If it means effeminate, count me out.

    I think it means, let God be the judge. Forbid not The Holy Spirit of God.
    Perhaps women can relate to women on certain issue's. Though The Holy Spirit talks to all of it's own.
    God bless. :)
     
  9. Gxg (G²)

    Gxg (G²) Pilgrim/Monastic on the Road to God (Psalm 84:1-7) Supporter CF Ambassadors

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    God is able to relate to and work with all:)
     
  10. someguy14

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    Amen friend. :)
     
  11. Gerat_Tzedek

    Gerat_Tzedek Old Newbie

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    I have no problem with a woman being granted Semicha. However, her title is Rabbah, NOT Rabbi. Why? Because women and men are different. A stewardess is different from a steward. A Mrs. is different from a Mr. I am sick to death of people trying to say that unless I walk like a man, talk like a man, think like a man, squawk like a man, and have a man's title, that somehow I am not equal to a man. It's just rediculous. I am a woman. That makes me fundamentally different from. Should I become so learned in Jewish law that I would be granted Semikha, I wouldn't somehow be magically turned into a man. Get it?
     
  12. Gxg (G²)

    Gxg (G²) Pilgrim/Monastic on the Road to God (Psalm 84:1-7) Supporter CF Ambassadors

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    If you had the position of teaching as a male Jewish teacher does, the title differences would make a difference...but it would still be present that a woman would be able to teach. It's akin to seeing how others may be considered within the realm of being a prophetess instead of a prophet since they're a woman...yet the central issue would be that they'd still be functioning within the realm of prophecy.
     
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