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Romans 16, for example, speaks of Phoebe, Junia, and other women who were close companions of Paul.
Indeed, of 26 people Paul mentioned by name in the book, eight were women. Poujol, a New Testament scholar who teaches at the Institut Catholique of Paris, pointed to translation issues that have often obscured the role of women. Phoebe Rom.
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In the New Testament, the diakonos was often a minister or emissary who taught or preached the gospel, Poujol said, things that Phoebe did. The word prostatis — used to describe Phoebe — was also used to describe Roman officials in leadership positions, and it is used in 1 Thes. Prisca Priscilla is mentioned in six New Testament texts. In four of them — all in contexts of ministry — she is mentioned before her husband Aquila.
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Both are qualified as co-workers of Paul. The role of Junia has been shadowed by a debate over whether Junia in the accusative case is a masculine or feminine name. The difference is seen in an accent mark, but in the oldest and best manuscripts there are no accents. The Nestle-Aland critical edition of the New Testament, commonly used by scholars, had the feminine form until the 13th edition in , when it was changed to masculine: but it was changed back to feminine in the new 28th edition.
In Rom. Lozano noted that women were among early martyrs for the faith, including Blandina, Perpetua, and Felicitas. Widows who received support from the church were expected to visit the sick and engage in other service ministries. Women also served as deacons in the early church, she said, but the title later shifted to men only. Some women who wished to show their devotion to Christ lived as ascetics.
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These included Macrina, the older sister of Gregory of Nyssa. She had to enter an arranged marriage at age 12, and after her husband died, she decided to devote her life to serving Christ. After her brothers died, she led the remainder of the family to live ascetically and founded a monastery for men. Marcella and Paula also lived as ascetics, and were known to have influenced the church father Jerome, who translated the Bible into Latin.
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There is some evidence of women serving as presbyters, with responsibilities for multiple churches, but that is disputed, Lozano said. We are losing bright women who are prepared for ministry but cannot find a place of service. This is mostly preaching to the choir since most of your readers, including me, have no problem with women serving in pastoral or other areas of ministry.
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Irure shank short ribs, non brisket officia sint. Rump brisket prosciutto pancetta adipisicing, beef ribs laborum ut flank tempor. Jenny has contributed essays to two books: A Divine Duet: Ministry and Motherhood and The Modern Magnificat: Women Responding to the Call of God , and writes about finding sanctuary, motherhood and ministry, and storytelling and faith formation.
As a second-time VBWIM board member, Jenny is grateful for the support of her women in ministry colleagues and friends who have inspired and affirmed her.