I was told I make a big deal of nomenclature in the chapter dealing with the Redeemer, in my book, Redemption: Bible Prophecy Simplified - A Study of HOPE.
I make a big deal of who named who [and what God called the first humans], because prominent and incredibly influential Christian leaders made a big deal of it... first. They made such a big deal of it, that it became one of their premier arguments in mandating restrictive gender roles for women...roles the Bible does not mandate.
Their gender-role mandates restrict women's ministry options, and adversely effects relationships across the board, from working relationships, to friendships between women and men, to marriage relationships. I have written a 200+ page book and many articles on this subject. You can read one of my articles here.
The Great Commission is not gender-restricted, yet over half the Body of Christ is muzzled and forbidden to preach the Gospel, in part, because of the the "name" issue in Genesis. That makes this topic worth making a "big deal" over...don't you think?
What do you think? Are women included in the Great Commission to go and preach the Gospel to every creature...?
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