Why did the early Christians hate women so much?

Why did the early Christians hate women so much?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    is not true.
    Whether in the Old or New Testament and especially in the Middle Ages, women were elevated and even had governing roles.
    Only the Islam think like that

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Only the Islam think like that
      EXACTLY!
      as if that were a bad thing, right? Christians here mock Muslims but there is no problem with statements like this:

      >They outright forbid women to teach in the book.
      Only the new testament forbid women to teach. In the old testament there have been great female prophets who have had big roles in Hebrew history, like Deborah and like Huldah.

      :

      >women cannot teach

      Lol, so what is our role?

      There are many ways in which women can serve the gospel. Luke 2:36-38 mentions that Hannah prayed continually. No greater responsibility than prayer exists and women have an equal right with men to approach the throne of God in prayer.

      Women can teach. While she cannot have authority over men, a Christian woman can and should teach other women and children (Titus 2:3-5), and if she maintains a humble spirit, she can also help men better understand the Scriptures (Acts 18 :24-26). In the first century, women prophesied (Acts 2:17-18; 21:9), that is, they revealed God's will through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Deborah, in the Old Testament, was a woman much sought after because of her wise advice. Timothy's faith was attributed to the influence of his mother and grandmother, both of whom were devout. Christian women must know the Scriptures and be able to humbly show what God's will is.

      :

      [...]
      Yes.
      There's more:
      >The queen mother of Israel had a powerful influence on the kingdom. This power and authority flow from her status as Gebirah (queen mother) and not from her as a person. In Israel, the queen mother preceded her son into existence, sometimes she ruled in his stead (Cf. 2 Kings 10:13: "We are relatives of Ahaziah," they replied. "Let us visit the princes and the queen's family- mother" and sometimes also abuses his authority. (Cf. 2 Jeremiah 13:18: "Say to the king and the queen mother: come down from your throne.")
      https://udayton.edu/imri/mary/q/que en-mother-in-old-testament.php

      really, it is a feminine religion.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        [...]
        Yes.
        There's more:
        >The queen mother of Israel had a powerful influence on the kingdom. This power and authority flow from her status as Gebirah (queen mother) and not from her as a person. In Israel, the queen mother preceded her son into existence, sometimes she ruled in his stead (Cf. 2 Kings 10:13: "We are relatives of Ahaziah," they replied. "Let us visit the princes and the queen's family- mother" and sometimes also abuses his authority. (Cf. 2 Jeremiah 13:18: "Say to the king and the queen mother: come down from your throne.")
        https://udayton.edu/imri/mary/q/que en-mother-in-old-testament.php

        >women cannot teach

        Lol, so what is our role?

        There are many ways in which women can serve the gospel. Luke 2:36-38 mentions that Hannah prayed continually. No greater responsibility than prayer exists and women have an equal right with men to approach the throne of God in prayer.

        Women can teach. While she cannot have authority over men, a Christian woman can and should teach other women and children (Titus 2:3-5), and if she maintains a humble spirit, she can also help men better understand the Scriptures (Acts 18 :24-26). In the first century, women prophesied (Acts 2:17-18; 21:9), that is, they revealed God's will through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Deborah, in the Old Testament, was a woman much sought after because of her wise advice. Timothy's faith was attributed to the influence of his mother and grandmother, both of whom were devout. Christian women must know the Scriptures and be able to humbly show what God's will is.

        It is Paul who wrote that he does not allow women to teach men or have authority over them.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          It's not what your friends say.
          and they show sources, by the way.
          My brother, there is no problem in following proto-feminine and proto-egalitarian religions of female elevation, the problem is seeing it as superior to everyone.
          I wonder how you guys got along so well in the middle ages?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          The most anti-woman verses in the letters of Paul seemed to have been slipped in later by someone else. It's unlikely Paul was that against it since it was women who taught him the faith and women who often helped his missionary work in various ways.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Vary patriarchal, my Christian friends.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      uh, no

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It is true

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Early Christianity was a femcel cult you took most isolated example

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I don't read books but I know things and here is one quote from someone I've never read to prove it.
    Average IQfy poster.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      ?

  4. 2 months ago
    ࿇ C Œ M G E N V S ࿇

    PETRISTIC INFLUENCE; SAINT PETER, THE FIRST PONTIFEX MAXIMVS, WAS MISOGYNISTIC; THAT PETRISTIC MISOGYNISTIC INFLUENCE DISAPPEARED AFTER HIS DEATH.

    NO PAGAN CULT, NO HERETICAL SECT, CONSIDERS, NOR EVER CONSIDERED WOMEN IN SUCH HIGH ESTEEM AS CHRISTIANITY DOES.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Men usually hurt with their strength, but women dont have strength, so they use wickeder means to hurt, like witchcraft and poison and slander.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Read the Old Testament, dude. They outright forbid women to teach in the book.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >They outright forbid women to teach in the book.
      Only the new testament forbid women to teach. In the old testament there have been great female prophets who have had big roles in Hebrew history, like Deborah and like Huldah.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >women cannot teach

      Lol, so what is our role?

      There are many ways in which women can serve the gospel. Luke 2:36-38 mentions that Hannah prayed continually. No greater responsibility than prayer exists and women have an equal right with men to approach the throne of God in prayer.

      Women can teach. While she cannot have authority over men, a Christian woman can and should teach other women and children (Titus 2:3-5), and if she maintains a humble spirit, she can also help men better understand the Scriptures (Acts 18 :24-26). In the first century, women prophesied (Acts 2:17-18; 21:9), that is, they revealed God's will through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Deborah, in the Old Testament, was a woman much sought after because of her wise advice. Timothy's faith was attributed to the influence of his mother and grandmother, both of whom were devout. Christian women must know the Scriptures and be able to humbly show what God's will is.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >They outright forbid women to teach in the book.
        Only the new testament forbid women to teach. In the old testament there have been great female prophets who have had big roles in Hebrew history, like Deborah and like Huldah.

        Yes.
        There's more:
        >The queen mother of Israel had a powerful influence on the kingdom. This power and authority flow from her status as Gebirah (queen mother) and not from her as a person. In Israel, the queen mother preceded her son into existence, sometimes she ruled in his stead (Cf. 2 Kings 10:13: "We are relatives of Ahaziah," they replied. "Let us visit the princes and the queen's family- mother" and sometimes also abuses his authority. (Cf. 2 Jeremiah 13:18: "Say to the king and the queen mother: come down from your throne.")
        https://udayton.edu/imri/mary/q/que en-mother-in-old-testament.php

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    They hated themselves just as much. They would say every man should also be filled with shame. It's a religion of weakness and self loathing in the disguise of humility.

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