Women as Elders
EPISODE 382 |Mike Erre | 12/19/2022

Women as Elders. After establishing women in teaching and leading roles, Mike and Tim turn to a few listener questions that deal with whether or not women can serve as Elders. Is the term Elder used in the Bible? If so, how? What are the qualifications expressed? Are they gendered? What examples do we have of women leading and what do we know of their roles? We do we do so many mental gymnastics to keep men in charge?

First, the Erre boys discuss the year in review and then Tim brings in a few Strange Stories about a possible Vampire buried beneath the Notre Dame Cathedral and a new study that determines how American Evangelicals picture the face of God.

0:00 – Errecane

4:50 – Strange Stories

13:30 – Women as Elders

As always, we encourage and would love discussion as we pursue. Always feel free to email in questions to hello@voxpodcast.com, and to engage the conversation on Facebook and Instagram.

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