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Interview with Philip Payne - Man and Woman, One in Christ

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Greek scholars take note: Philip Payne's newest Man and Woman, One in Christ

Here's what others are saying about this book:

“Philip Payne’s work has always been characterized by careful, detailed exegetical study of the biblical text. In Man and Woman, One in Christ, Payne brings decades of meticulous research to its proper culmination in a compelling and thoroughly biblical demonstration that Paul the apostle to the Gentiles was a wholehearted supporter of women serving in any and all sorts of ministerial roles they are called and gifted to undertake. Indeed, he demonstrates at length that Paul should no longer be seen as the “party of no” when it comes to women in ministry or their equality in Christian marriage. This book deserves the highest commendation.” — Ben Witherington III, Amos Professor of New Testament for Doctoral Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary

“Philip Payne’s treatment of New Testament manuscripts and textual criticism, especially in 1 Corinthians 14:34–35, is meticulously formulated, cogently argued, and of lasting significance.” — Eldon J. Epp, adjunct professor of New Testament, Harvard Divinity School

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