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Sind Frauen Als Pastoren Erlaubt und Ist Es Christlichen Frauen Erlaubt, Zu Lehren - in Arbeit (30% übersetzt)

Sind Frauen Als Pastoren Erlaubt und Ist Es Christlichen Frauen Erlaubt, Zu Lehren



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Sind Frauen Als Pastoren Erlaubt und Ist Es Christlichen Frauen Erlaubt, Zu Lehren

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What Does The Bible Says About Women Pastors

There are numerous women pastors in our day and some are very well known. Are they in violation to God's word for having such authority based on scripture? We are living in a day when virtually ever thing said or done is questioned and often opposed, including Christian females verbally spreading the word of God, without being of the women pastors category. I remember, years ago, my wife and I were on a so-called internet Christian chat witnessing and a man scathingly rebuked a woman who barely spoke and got that scolding because she was to remain silent in the church, according to that man. We have been asked about women teaching over the years, so let’s look at the related Scriptures. First, here are the chief Scriptures cited in opposition to Christian women witnessing or teaching:

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Eure Weiber lasset schweigen unter der Gemeinde; denn es soll ihnen nicht zugelassen werden, daß sie reden, sondern untertan sein, wie auch das Gesetz sagt. Wollen sie aber etwas lernen, so lasset sie daheim ihre Männer fragen. Es stehet den Weibern übel an, unter der Gemeinde reden. (1.Kor 14,34-35; Luther 1545)

Another passage similarly used is:

Einer Frau aber gestatte ich das Lehren nicht, auch nicht daß sie über den Mann herrsche, sondern sie soll sich still verhalten. Denn Adam wurde zuerst gebildet, darnach Eva.Und Adam wurde nicht verführt, das Weib aber wurde verführt und geriet in Übertretung; (1.Tim 2,12-14; Schlachterbibel 1951)

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1 Cor. 14:34,35 Doesn't Exclude Women From Witnessing

The historical context of the 1 Cor. 14 passage prohibits the female Christians from blurting out questions to their husbands, during a Christian teaching, who were seated across the aisle (as was the historical seating arrangement back then). For the wives to speak out like that would interfere with the teaching and was a disgraceful thing to do. There can be no doubt that Christian women did verbally speak during the Christian assemblies back then, as shown from other Scriptures. Notice what else Paul wrote just a few chapters earlier:

Jedes Weib aber, welches betet und weissagt mit unverhülltem Haupt, die schändet ihr Haupt; es ist ein und dasselbe, wie wenn sie geschoren wäre! (1.Kor 11,5, Schlachter 1905)

According to that Scripture, at least some Christian women did pray or prophesy, yet this would not violate them remaining silent in the churches. The context of the chapter was their religious meetings (11:17).

Similarly, we have the following Scripture:

[Du aber rede/lehre, ...] daß alte Frauen ebenfalls sich benehmen, wie es Heiligen geziemt, daß sie nicht verleumderisch seien, nicht vielem Weingenuß frönen, sondern Lehrerinnen des Guten seien,damit sie die jungen Frauen dazu anleiten, ihre Männer und ihre Kinder zu lieben,verständig, keusch, haushälterisch, gütig, ihren Männern untertan zu sein, damit nicht das Wort Gottes verlästert werde. (Tit 2,3-5; Schlachterbibel 1951)

Titus was to teach the older women, who in turn would teach the younger women the various things cited. Paul, who wouldn’t permit a woman to teach, (1 Tim. 2:12) wanted older women to teach younger women but remain silent in the church (as understood from the above).

Women Pastors and 1 Tim. 2:12-14

The 1 Tim. 2:12-14 passage doesn’t prohibit the aforementioned but does prohibit a woman from having an authoritative teaching position in the church such as a pastor. Paul cited the reason and stated that Eve was the one deceived and not Adam. Consequently, women are more likely to be deceived. If they are in a teaching position declaring concepts that are false they could spiritually stumble their listeners. Hence, women were not allowed in that position or to have authority over a man including their own husbands. The context of that Scripture is a church setting.

There are several other Scriptures that relate to this issue and they show all Christians, including the females, are to verbally spread the gospel message. In Jude 3:4, we read:

Geliebte, da es mir ein großes Anliegen ist, euch von unsrem gemeinsamen Heil zu schreiben, halte ich es für notwendig, euch zu schreiben mit der Ermahnung, daß ihr für den Glauben kämpfet, der den Heiligen ein für allemal übergeben worden ist.Es haben sich nämlich etliche Menschen eingeschlichen, für die schon längst folgendes Urteil geschrieben worden ist: «Gottlose, welche die Gnade unsres Gottes in Ausgelassenheit verkehren und den einzigen Herrscher und Herrn, Jesus Christus, verleugnen.» (Judas 1,3-4; Schlachterbibel 1951)

Jude wrote this general warning to urge all Christians, including the females, to contend for the faith against the grace changers. It is so vital to expose and refute these dangerous false teachers that everyone who is Christian is commanded to get involved and contend for the truth against their false version of grace. It is a sin not to! Jude exalted that message above writing about the salvation they shared! To hinder Christian women from contending against the eternal security teachers in our day will allow this evil to spread more, thereby jeopardizing more souls to hell besides hindering them from obeying that command.

Im Hebräerbrief lesen wir:

Davon haben wir nun viel zu sagen, und solches, was schwer zu erklären ist, weil ihr träge geworden seid zum Hören; und obschon ihr der Zeit nach Lehrer sein solltet, habt ihr wieder nötig, daß man euch gewisse Anfangsgründe der Aussprüche Gottes lehre, und seid der Milch bedürftig geworden und nicht fester Speise. (5,11-12; Schlachterbibel 1951)

The unnamed writer of Hebrews gave a rebuke to all the Hebrew Christians and said that they first came to the Lord long enough ago that by now they should all be teachers. But what kind of teachers were they all to be, since women are restricted from having authority over men and are to remain silent in the church?

Der Herr Jesus befahl den Zwölfen,

Darum gehet hin und lehret alle Völker und taufet sie im Namen des Vaters und des Sohnes und des Heiligen Geistes! Und lehret sie halten alles, was ich euch befohlen habe! Und siehe, ich bin bei euch alle Tage bis an der Welt Ende. (Mt 28,19-20; Luther 1545)

Jesus told the Twelve (all men) to go and make disciples and to teach those disciples (men and women) to obey everything the Twelve were commanded. That command would include making disciples and teaching them, and would have to be given to both males and females. A corroborating passage is found in Acts 8:

Saulus aber verwüstete die Gemeinde, drang in die Häuser ein, schleppte Männer und Frauen fort und überlieferte sie ins Gefängnis. Die nun, welche sich zerstreut hatten, zogen umher und verkündigten das Wort des Evangeliums. (Apg 8,3-4; Schlachterbibel 1951)

Saul persecuted women just like he did the men. Apparently he saw them as a threat too. But the same passage also shows that all who were scattered, including men and women, preached the word wherever they went. In other words, they witnessed and obeyed the general command found in Mt. 28:19,20. (This little nugget reveals something about the early church that is very lacking in our dark hour—they were soul winners similar to street evangelists as we might say in our day.)

This evidence shows that male and female Christians are both commanded to spread the plan of salvation verbally as they did in first-century Christianity.

The Good Confession of Christian Women Too

But what about our Christian confession? Though it is different from instruction it is still a type of teaching and it certainly is not remaining silent. Christians, in general, made their good confession in front of other witnesses back then_._ (All Christians, including females, have been called to be a witness to all people_._)

Kämpfe den guten Kampf des Glaubens; ergreife das ewige Leben, zu welchem du berufen worden bist und bekannt hast das gute Bekenntnis vor vielen Zeugen. (1.Tim 6,12; elb1905)

These are dark days. The Gospel doesn’t need opposition from within the so-called church at any time, especially when there is so much opposition from outside of the church. So, if you have been hindering Christian women from doing the very things they are commanded by God to do, repent and stop hindering the vital truth of God from going forth. That is factual, even though women pastors are not biblical. Remember these truth. Souls hang in the balance.

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