Very recently we received this video produced by Michael McCaffrey. McCaffrey examines closely important parallels between the rebellion of Korah and the present attempt to introduce women’s ordination. You might think “I’ve read this before,” but this is a very powerful presentation not only on this point, but also in terms of God’s design. Is there a profound parallel between these two “movements,” and more, what is the significance of Aaron’s Rod that budded?
Category: Pre-fall headship
Adventist Women on Ordination FULL (pts. 1-7)
The following seven links contain the FULL LENGTH presentation of Adventist women on women’s ordination.
Part 1: Culture versus the Bible (Length 8:33):
Part 2: Terms and Conditions (Length 6:06):
Part 3: Women’s Roles (Length 5:59):
Part 4: Effects of the Women’s Rights Movement (Length 8:02):
Part 5: Cooperation versus Competition (Length 3:41):
Part 6: Unity is in Truth (Length 5:04):
Part 7: God’s Word Our Standard (Length 5:55):
Adventist Women on Ordination
The church has heard from pastors, scholars, academics, administrators, and others concerning the question of women’s ordination. But there is another voice we need to hear: Adventist women. The Council of Adventist Pastors was approached by a group of Adventist women who have created a set of videos in which they give voice on the question of women’s ordination. We are honored to share with you their video.
This short video provides an overview and preview of seven additional videos to be published next week, each addressing particular question areas in the women’s ordination debate. The video was produced by Barbara Flees and participants are Edel Amundson, Rhonda Backman, Linda Brehm, Jean Handwerk, Anita Jepson, Belinda Lowry, and Lorene Wright. Those featured all attend different churches. Some are former elders.
Bakersfield Hillcrest WO Symposium: June 13
WO Symposium “Dangers on the Horizon” | Pr. Larry Kirkpatrick
DOWNLOAD HANDOUT for Kirkpatrick Bakersfield presentation.
WO Symposium PANEL DISCUSSION Allen Davis, Gerzon Gomez, Larry Kirkpatrick, Laurel Damsteegt, Jennifer Arruda, Daniel Mesa
WO Symposium “The Forgotten Story of 1989″ | Laurel Damsteegt
WO Symposium “Gift Versus Appointment” | Allen Davis
WO Symposium “We the People, Must Speak” | Jennifer Arruda
WO Symposium “Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth” | Pr. Daniel Mesa
WO Symposium “The Impact of Culture and the Desire for Unity” | Allen Davis
WO Symposium “A Woman’s Full Participation in Ministry” | Julie Mesa
Position 1 Statement to Annual Council
Clinton Wahlen was asked to make the presentation of the TOSC Position 1 group at Annual Council 2014. The Adventist Review has reproduced it here:
WO and the SDA Theological Seminary
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.
Male headship and the Bible
TOSC’s Kevin Paulson discusses Genesis and pre-fall headship, as well as 1 Timothy chapter 2, and the topic of women’s ordination.
Peters–Response to Rodriguez on headship: the Trinity and Genesis 1-3
John W. Peters is a pastor in the Pennsylvania Conference. As part of the Theology of Ordination Stdy Committee he has been among the presenters in the TOSC meetings. Some of his materials were critiqued by Angel Rodriguez in his 76 p. anaylsis of the [pro-biblical qualifications arguments (arguments opposing women’s ordination). In the paper now made available on OrdinationTruth.com, Peters responds to Rodriguez’ particular critique of Peters. READ IT HERE.