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Are Men Really in Charge? Women and Headship with Lucy Peppiatt | S1 E6 (EP-64)

Submitted by Groans From Within

Subscribe via iTunes or Google Season 1, Episode 6 (Spring Season, 2018) The idea of headship is odd to modern readers of the New Testament. Paul’s view of women in the church and home is one of the most challenging teachings to understand. In this interview, Lucy Peppiatt helps us to demystify 1 ...

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