DAYS of Pentecostal Theology: Women pastors?

Women pastors? Biblical or not?
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  9. The speaking in tongues as the Spirit gives utterance as the initial evidence of the baptism in the Holy Ghost. John 15:26; Acts 2:4; 10:44-46; 19:1-7.

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16 Comments

  • Troy Day
    Reply February 15, 2019

    Troy Day

    SOME MORE INTERESTING PENTECOSTAL THEOLOGICAL DISCUSSIONS Joe Absher Link Hudson Simon O’Neill

    Repentance. Mark 1:15; Luke 13:3; Acts 3:19.
    Justification. Romans 5:1; Titus 3:7.
    Regeneration. Titus 3:5.
    New birth. John 3:3; 1 Peter 1:23; 1 John 3:9.
    Sanctification subsequent to justification. Romans 5:2; 1 Corinthians 1:30; 1 Thessalonians 4:3; Hebrews 13:12.
    Holiness. Luke 1:75; 1 Thessalonians 4:7; Hebrews 12:14.
    Water baptism. Matthew 28:19; Mark 1:9, 10; John 3:22, 23; Acts 8:36, 38.
    Baptism with the Holy Ghost subsequent to cleansing; the enduement of power for service. Matthew 3:11; Luke 24:49, 53; Acts 1:4-8.
    The speaking in tongues as the Spirit gives utterance as the initial evidence of the baptism in the Holy Ghost. John 15:26; Acts 2:4; 10:44-46; 19:1-7.

    • Link Hudson
      Reply February 15, 2019

      Link Hudson

      Troy Day John 15:26 does not mention tongues. Not clear all spoke in tongues in Acts 10 and 19. Andno examples bind the Spirit to act the same way every time.

    • Troy Day
      Reply February 15, 2019

      Troy Day

      off topic again?

    • Link Hudson
      Reply February 15, 2019

      Link Hudson

      Troy Day I was commenting on your post.

  • Neil Short
    Reply February 15, 2019

    Neil Short

    Biblical

  • Link Hudson
    Reply February 15, 2019

    Link Hudson

    I Timothy 3:1. Overseer is to be a man. A one woman man.

    • Troy Day
      Reply February 15, 2019

      Troy Day

      OP is about pastor not overseers, bishops, etc.

    • Link Hudson
      Reply February 15, 2019

      Link Hudson

      Either a pastor is an overseer, or pastors are not in charge of the church. The Bible does not say that the apostles ordained ‘pastors’ or told pastors to oversee the church. Paul Martin II did tell the overseers to pastor, and that God had made them overseers.

      If the Biblical gift of pastor can exist without ordination, without the authority to oversee churches, women may have this gift. Paul was writing about the ordained overseer ministry in I Timothy 3. If ‘pastor’ exists as a separate ministry (or some people have the gift without being overseers) then pastors should submit to the elders of the church.

      The ‘priest’.’elder’ role got dubbed ‘pastor’ in Geneva during the Reformation. The Scottish popularized it in certain other branches of Protestantism. They invented a new church office and called it ‘elder’– a kind of non-pastoral board position, messing up the concept of elder/priest in the minds of a lot of readers.

      So the question is do you mean women can be ‘pastors’ in the Biblical sense of the word, or in the normal sense Pentecostals use it. Another question is what is the BIblical meaning of ‘pastor.’

      The way we use the word has a lot of baggage to it and we do not use it quite the way the Bible does.

  • Marco Michael Darko
    Reply February 15, 2019

    Marco Michael Darko

    ask Luke he was high on woman

  • David Levandusky
    Reply February 15, 2019

    David Levandusky

    I believe God will forgive women becoming Pastors who have seen many many, and perhaps so many individuals who got saved during their ministry. And He will forgive them for the multitudes who became much stronger in their relationship with Jesus because of their teaching and preaching ministry. And I think God will forgive them for Pastoring when they see how many have gone to heaven because of their ministry and they rejoice to see one another in heaven and stand faultless before Him at the Judgment seat of Christ. I dont believe they will loose their salvation because of it nor loose their reward for the works they have done. I dont think Jesus will say to them ” You naughty Christian – you shouldn’t have become a Pastor. Yes – I believe in women Pastors. They are part of the Body of Christ and in Christ they are neither male nor female but a new creation. Christ the Head of His body the Church.

  • Daniel J Hesse
    Reply February 16, 2019

    Daniel J Hesse

    Nympha did have a church in her house Col 4. It appears woman pastored in partnership with their husbands such as Tryphosa and Tryphena in Romans 16 and Stephanas and Fortunatas in Corinth, not to fail in mentioning Priscilla and Aquila with Apollos.

    • Troy Day
      Reply February 16, 2019

      Troy Day

      stats are out – did you see them yet?

    • Daniel J Hesse
      Reply February 16, 2019

      Daniel J Hesse

      Troy Day no what was your take?

    • Link Hudson
      Reply February 16, 2019

      Link Hudson

      That I do not her is why anyone would assume that hostong a church in your house makes you the pastor of it. Makes no sense at all. I encountered that idea crom a house church guy, too, once.

    • Daniel J Hesse
      Reply February 16, 2019

      Daniel J Hesse

      Link Hudson I said partnership not pastorate.

    • Troy Day
      Reply February 16, 2019

      Troy Day

      the stats are out Daniel J Hesse

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