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Bible and oppression of women

  • I was told by a feminist that the oppression of women in society originated in Genesis, because a man was created first and women second. Furthermore, it would be a discrimination against women to speak of father and son in relation to God. Why not talk about mother and daughter.

    As far as I know, Jesus Christ campaigned against the oppression of women in a revolutionary way, far ahead of his time, especially since he had many women in his circle of friends whom he respected. There were also female prophets in the Old Testament of the Bible. The Adventists have Mrs. E.G. White as a pioneering self-taught theologian.

  • Such feminist ideological nonsense!

    In Hebrew is the "RUACH" - the "SPIRIT" Female !!! ---> Luther would actually have Ruach With "Ghost" have to translate. But probably no one would have understood that!

    So: In God not only the "male" element ("father and son"), but also the "female" element ("spirit" or "spirit" = female "spirit") is expressed. These "linguistic irritations" alone prove that GOD is so completely different and that we cannot imagine HIM (»Do not make a picture ...!« - Ex 20.4 / 5.8)!

  • Praise to the able woman
    10 Whoever has been given a capable wife is far more noble than the finest pearls.
    11 Your husband’s heart can rely on them and he will not lack food.
    12 She loves him and doesn't hurt him all her life.
    13 She handles wool and flax and likes to work with her hands.
    14 She is like a merchant's ship; they bring their food from afar.
    15 She gets up before days and gives food to her house and to the maidservants their part.
    16 She seeks a field and buys it, and plants a vineyard with the produce of her hands.
    17 She girds her loins with strength and strengthens her arms.
    18 She sees how her trade brings profit; their light does not go out at night.
    19 She stretches out her hand to the skirt, and her fingers take hold of the spindle.
    20 She spreads her hands to the poor and extends her hand to the needy.
    21 She does not fear the snow for her own; for all her house has woolen clothes.
    22 She makes blankets for herself; her dress is fine linen and purple.
    23 Her husband is known in the gates when he sits with the elders of the land.
    24 She makes a coat and sells it; she gives a belt to the dealer.
    25 Her garment is strength and dignity, and she laughs on the day to come.
    26 She opens her mouth with wisdom, and good instruction is on her tongue.
    27 She watches how things are in her house and does not eat her bread with laziness.
    28 Her sons stand up and praise her, her husband praises her:
    29 "There are many good daughters, but you surpass them all."
    30 To be lovely and beautiful is nothing; a woman who fears the Lord should be praised.
    31 Give ye some of the fruits of their hands, and let their works praise them in the gates.

    I think it's very modern ;-)

    Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ!

  • Anyone who has been given a capable woman is much more noble than the most exquisite pearls.

    Eshet chayil mi yimtzah

  • ... means what in German?

  • see above

  • Eshet Chayil -
    Praising a Woman of Valor
    Eshet Chayil (“a woman of valor”) consists of the concluding section
    of the book of Proverbs (31: 10-31). On the surface, Eshet Chayil
    appears to be a eulogy to the "perfect wife," though most
    commentators believe it represents an idealized allegory, variously
    interpreted to refer to the Shechinah, Shabbat itself, the Torah,
    wisdom, or the soul.
    The Hebrew word eshet is the construct form of isha (woman), and chayil connotes
    bravery (Ps. 76: 6); capability (Prov. 12: 4); triumph (Ps. 118: 15); a rampart (Ps. 84: 8); or
    wealth (Prov. 13:22). The eshet chayil then represents virtues of courage and strength.
    Traditionally, this entire passage is recited by the husband before Kiddush on Friday
    evenings. After the Shabbat candles are lit (but before the meal is eaten), the wife is
    praised and the children are then blessed.
    This poem displays an acrostic arrangement (i.e., Aleph, Bet, Gimmel) so that the verses

    German Google translation:

    Eshet Chayil -
    Praise a woman of bravery
    Eshet Chayil ("a woman of valor") consists of the final section of the book of Proverbs (31: 10-31). On the surface, Eshet Chayil appears to be an eulogy of the "perfect wife", although most commentators believe it is an idealized allegory differently related to the Shekhina, Shabbat itself, Torah, wisdom, or the soul .
    The Hebrew word eshet is the construct form of isha (woman), and Chayil connotes bravery (Ps. 76: 6); Ability (Prov. 12: 4); Triumph (Ps. 118:15); a wall (Ps. 84: 8); or wealth (Prov 13:22). The eschet chayil then represents virtues of courage and strength.
    Traditionally, this whole passage is recited by the husband on the Friday evening before kiddush. After the Shabbat candles are lit (but before the food is eaten) the woman is praised and the children are blessed.
    This poem depicts an acrostic arrangement (i.e. Aleph, Bet, Gimmel) so that the verses begin in regular rows with the letters of the Hebrew alphabet:
    Eshet-chayil mi yimtza v'rachok mip'ninim mikhrah A brave one
    Woman who can find? It is much more valuable than jewels.

  • Strength and dignity are her garb

    Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ!

  • The origin of the oppression does not lie in Genesis but in the "Fall of Man = Loss of Faith" BOTH first people. Gen. 3: 12.16.
    Disagreement is the result of sin, so any dispute must aim at reconciliation.

  • If you want to change the world, love a man | Sein.de

    This article can be argued about or is it a poem?

    The origin of the oppression does not lie in Genesis but in the "Fall into sin = loss of faith" of BOTH first people. Gen. 3: 12.16.

    It is simply wrong information that is passed on from generation to generation ...
    who knows his job ... neither the woman nor the man are sure today what their job is.

    Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ!

  • The woman who threw a lever in world history was - Bathsheba! 1. Kings 1! Clopatra and Empress MARIA Theresa and and and can hide there!

    Nihil hic determino dictans: Conicio, conor, confero, tento, rogo, quero - -

  • Who can resist the beauty, charm, wisdom and femininity of a woman as a man ...

  • Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ!

  • Who can resist the beauty, charm, wisdom and femininity of a woman as a man ...

    Yes, back then, when David was standing at the booth of his palace in the evening - -

    But now - 1 Kings 1 - David is slowly "breathing out" his life, no longer responsive - and Nathan switches Bathsheba on! - after a therapy proposal with Abisag from Sunem brought nothing. Bathsheba must have built a very close relationship with David over the years! (and she can successfully play world politics!)

    Nihil hic determino dictans: Conicio, conor, confero, tento, rogo, quero - -