Women preachers, endangering the Gospel?

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The rise of female preachers and women church leaders are endangering the Gospel

A century ago, women were stereotyped. Many suffered in the age of tyrannical patriarchy. Many looked down on women as commodities that couldn’t lead, let alone preach in the pulpit.

It sounds sexist and unfair to women, but women have always taken the back seat, especially in the church. Of course, it is not to say women are unessential in ministry.

Today, female educators and leaders have proven effective in an organization. But why would God disallow them to preach or lead a church?

The Bible has a limited but straightforward answer: “Adam was created first, then Eve.” Adam was not the one deceived but the woman. God created Adam first and then created Eve to be a “helper” for Adam.

The order of creation has universal application in the family (Ephesians 5:22–33) and the church.

1 Timothy 2:11–14
Let a woman learn quietly with all submissiveness. I do not permit a woman to teach or exercise authority over a man; rather, she remains quiet.

For Adam was formed first, then Eve; and Adam was not deceived, but the woman was deceived and became a transgressor.”

It is not to say women are unessential in ministry.

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Many women are effective teachers and civic leaders; why should that be any different in matters of theology?

1. Female preachers are setting a dangerous precedent

Society has “feminized,” the pastor’s office said, Voddie Burcham, author and Dean of Theology. These women are empowering Satan’s plan.

A new trend of “Demonic equality” allows everyone equal footing. The popularity and influence of female preachers in America exemplify Luciferian gender equality.

It’s not enough for Satan to introduce gender dysphoria and confuse girls and boys. He wants to dilute the strong role of men in church leadership.

2. Some of these female pastors promote faulty Biblical exegisis

Apologist John Macarthur is vocal in opposing females in church leadership or teaching doctrines. He said, “God’s standards are clear: the role of leadership is reserved for men.

In contrast, Christianity Today supports female preachers like Beth Moore and Kay Warren. Along with Joyce Meyer, these women make faulty Biblical exegesis that will lead many to hell.

Most of them promote Moralistic Theistic Deism and the false promise of the prosperity gospel. Others fight for LGBTQ rights, and trans female pastors push a “holy gay union.”

3. Female leadership in America is eroding Biblical truths

Perhaps, women were forbidden to preach and lead because God knew how Satan would use women. In the United States, far-left liberal women take the lead in supporting his evil plan.

  • Female politicians, like Nancy Pelosi, pushes laws to protect abortion.
  • Female activist Madalyn Murray O’Hair was responsbile for banning Christian prayers in schools.
  • Female professors promote liberal ideologies such as Critical Race Theory (CRT) which really is a demonic doctrine. [David Brown]
  • Lutheran transgender pastors are the prime movers of same-sex marriage that’s become acceptable in woke churches today. [ECLA]
  • Most of the liberal professors in univeristies are females who are militant anti-conservative and anti-Christian.
  • Female social activists, such as the founders of Black Lives Matter, is leading to the destruction of nuclear families and normative society.
  • Far-left liberal ideology is at war with scriptures. Young women are more left-wing liberals than men, a study reveals.

Scripture is clear—men are to lead the church.

A new religion of woke churches.

Bottomline, women are equally valuable in God’s eyes and critical to the spread of the Gospel—but leadership and preaching is tasked to men

Behind every great man is a woman. Without women in ministry, an organization is bound to fail. In a nutshell, men cannot live without women. It undermines scriptures when women usurp man’s role to lead.

The Bible may not allow women to preach, but it commands men to honor and esteem them. Moreso, the qualification of leadership and preaching is never an easy task.

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