God on the back seat, man at the steer: Why men-should-lead is not God’s design

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About Retha

Attempting to question everything, reject the bad and hold fast to the good.
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6 Responses to God on the back seat, man at the steer: Why men-should-lead is not God’s design

  1. wbmoore says:

    Just to clear up matters, I did not later say I meant marriage – the opening line of the post in question made it clear I was speaking of marriage. I reiterated what I had already said. You apparently did not understand what I meant by the opening sentence of the post you referenced: “Some believe men should lead in marriage and women should be subject to their husbands.”

  2. Retha says:

    It is later-a blog entry will be read after the heading.

    And your readers may justifiably get the impression, with a heading like this, that even if you defend your opinion about the subset, your opinion is about the set. Except that you cleared it up in the comments.

  3. Mara says:

    Yea Retha.
    Keep em coming.

  4. I have to wonder if anyone will address the fact that ‘headship’ isn’t even a word. lol!

    Its something man made up to show authority. You would think the bible would be able to stand for itself.

  5. wbmoore says:

    actually, the Random House dictionary says the word ‘headship’ has been a word since about 1575-85 and is a noun meaning
    the position of head or chief; chief authority; leadership; supremacy.

  6. Retha says:

    Headship is a word, but not a Bible word in any Bible translation I know of.

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