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Carlos A. Rodríguez
Dear Church, Jesus protected women. Empowered women. Honored women publicly. Released the voice of women. Confided in women. Was funded by women. Celebrated women by name. Learned from women. Respected women. And spoke of women as examples to follow. Your turn.
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Mimi Haddad Feb 10
Replying to @HappySonship
Jesus led the way for women to serve as deacons, coworkers, apostles, teachers, and leaders (Romans 16:3-12). Jesus, our model in all ways! Yah!
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Baptizing Feminism Feb 10
Jesus loved women.
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Stefan Andre Waligur Feb 10
I want to emphasize: 'Jesus learned from women." There are indications that Jesus wasn't always perfect in his attitude/response to women. He seems to have shared to some degree the common disrespect toward women in his patriarchal society. He appears to have struggled ...
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Ben Stroup Feb 10
Where do you see Jesus being imperfect in his attitude/responses??
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Evan Wickham Feb 10
Replying to @HappySonship
Yes. And Jesus did all of that in a context far more patriarchal than ours.
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Stefan Andre Waligur Feb 10
Some approach the Gospels committed to the belief that Jesus always did everything perfectly; & didn't reflect the prejudices and opinions of his patriarchal culture. Is that how you approach the Gospels? When I read the Gospels I see both a very human & a very divine Jesus.
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Stefan Andre Waligur Feb 10
Matthew 15: 21-28 : the story of Jesus and the woman. It seems to some scholars that Jesus learned something from this woman. Some maintain that Jesus was perfectly teaching her something. Perhaps. It seems to others that she was teaching Jesus something.
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Saint Andrew Feb 10
Replying to @HappySonship
🙌🏼
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Nia Grey Feb 10
Replying to @HappySonship
minus learning from women , I say , yeah . He knew everything . because He is God .
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Hugh Mungus Feb 10
I’m not a scholar. But this passage is basically Jesus highlighting the prejudice of the Jews toward gentiles in that day and in front of everyone, he offers compassion to the woman to show that salvation is for both Jews and gentiles
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shady shea Feb 10
I overlooked that one lol 😅 you right.
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Patricia Arquette Feb 11
Replying to @HappySonship @godgrrl
Part of what always drew me to Christ was he was so radical & advanced in his view of women.
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Eduardo Renta Feb 11
Crazy Christians supporting this grotesque, vulgar, unmannered, woman abuser should be ashamed of how they are disregarding all the teachings of their bible and their savior Jesus. It’s truly sad. I’m not religious but I respect Jesus and the love he had for all.
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Carlos A. Rodríguez Feb 11
Replying to @shea_babee @ChChanJu76
And he went down with them and came to Nazareth and was submissive to them. And his mother treasured up all these things in her heart. And Jesus increased in wisdom and in stature and in favor with God and man. Luke 2:51-52
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Carlos A. Rodríguez Feb 11
Replying to @evanwickham
Selah indeed.
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Carlos A. Rodríguez Feb 11
Replying to @AndyMineo
😘
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Aaron Feb 11
Replying to @HappySonship
Like this tweet and it’s message a lot, but do you have scripture to support that he learned from women? That part seems problematic
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Doug Cutting Feb 11
Replying to @HappySonship
Everyone in this thread wanting to deny that Jesus learned from women are denying his humanity. He came as a baby. Do you think he knew everything from birth? Women raised him and taught him.
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