From: Michael Phillips (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 08 1998 - 10:43:47 EDT
At 09:15 PM 5/7/98 -0700, Jane wrote:
>Wouldn't this also be an excellent candidate for scribal "correction", as
>once FTS and future PSR
I think so, however, one might just as well surmise that Priscilla, being
brighter than her male peers, would have recognized the cultural / sexual
bias with which she had to do (despite Paul's teaching regarding male /
female, et. al., being equal in Christ) and opted to be "wise as a serpent,
harmless as a dove." In fact, I would be surprised if a female author in
any canonical text (to include the First Testament) would be bold about her
sex, preferring to be bold about her theology, and being heard "at the
gates," as it were, if only by pen.
What is FTS and what is PSR?
And thanks for speaking up!
--- May God's blessing be in all your relationships. [Adapted from Lakota]
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