Prs. Larry Kirkpatrick and Mike Lambert discuss the theological movement of denominations which approve women’s ordination and their inevitable drift into approval of same-sex unions. They consider how one and only one denomination so far has turned back from this—by reestablishing a historical-grammatical interpretive plan at their seminary. Discussion turns, with some regret, to the current situation of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary located in Berrien Springs, MI. The women’s ordination-favoring theological approach of the current dean is investigated, the core presupposition identified. 13 minutes.
Biblical Interpretation CAP authors Council of Adventist Pastors (CAP) General Conference Session 2015 San Antonio Genesis Historical-Critical Method Historical-grammatical method Homosexuality Insubordination Jiri Moskala Junia Junias Larry Kirkpatrick LCMS Male-sex specific roles Mike Lambert NAD TOSC Report Ordination Without Regard to Gender OrdinationTruth.com Pre-fall headship Principle-based Historical-cultural Method Queer Theology Seminary Seventh-day Adventist Church The larger issues Theology of Ordination Study Committee (TOSC) Unilateral Action United Methodist Church Women in Ministry Women's Ordination