From: Leo R. Percer (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 25 1999 - 23:28:51 EST
To your answer below, you might want to add the apostle Paul. Did he not
tell the Corinthians that "I say to the unmarried and to the widows, that
it is good for them to remain as I am"? (1 Cor. 7:8-9) And, isn't the
implication here (picked up by the translators of the RSV, NRSV, and NIV)
that Paul was unmarried? In other words, if singleness keeps you from
overseeing a church, then the foremost church planter of the 1st century
would be ruled out, no?
Delighting in this thread,
Perennial Ph.D. candidate
On Wed, 24 Feb 1999 11:42:42 +0000 Jim West <jwest@Highland.Net> writes:
>>been given this as the reason why being a bachelor, I cannot pastor
>>though I've served as an associate pastor).
>You might want to talk to the millions of priests of the Roman
>church on this one. (One might as well mention Jesus... who,
>those telling you that, could himself not be a pastor)... indeed- a
>Jim West, ThD
>Quartz Hill School of Theology
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