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Women Pastors? 2 years 4 months ago #97522

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#operationtimetravel

In this exhibit in the Guide hall of fame museum, we look at the most responded to post in Guide History. The post "Women Pastors?" has a whopping 464 responses and over 19 pages of content!

The discussion in this particular post is went on from approximately 2014 and stopped in 2018, making this post a museum worthy post
yes let's think about how wonderful it is that there are so many responses but no one post about the issue please i'm begging you

hahahah yes please no one post about this argument (I'm serious)
telling humans to not do something is like telling them to DO IT... so yeah. be safe.
Exactly.
Women shouldn't have jobs change my mind

Women are a hoax created by China, change my mind.

No wonder my mom's shirt tags always said, "Made in China."
I was trynna figure out how that worked.
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This convo got me cracking so hard. I caaan't! :woohoo:
I already have said enough.
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Women Pastors? 2 years 4 months ago #97549

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Pyrrhic wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
endershadow112 wrote:
SRNitro wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Pyrrhic wrote:
SGirven wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
SGirven wrote:
#operationtimetravel

In this exhibit in the Guide hall of fame museum, we look at the most responded to post in Guide History. The post "Women Pastors?" has a whopping 464 responses and over 19 pages of content!

The discussion in this particular post is went on from approximately 2014 and stopped in 2018, making this post a museum worthy post
yes let's think about how wonderful it is that there are so many responses but no one post about the issue please i'm begging you

hahahah yes please no one post about this argument (I'm serious)
telling humans to not do something is like telling them to DO IT... so yeah. be safe.
Exactly.
Women shouldn't have jobs change my mind

Women are a hoax created by China, change my mind.

No wonder my mom's shirt tags always said, "Made in China."
I was trynna figure out how that worked.
Warning: Spoiler! [ Click to expand ]
This convo got me cracking so hard. I caaan't! :woohoo:

P L E A S E, NO YELLING AT THE MUSEAM




jk

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Women Pastors? 2 years 4 months ago #97574

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SGirven wrote:
Pyrrhic wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
endershadow112 wrote:
SRNitro wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Pyrrhic wrote:
SGirven wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
SGirven wrote:
#operationtimetravel

In this exhibit in the Guide hall of fame museum, we look at the most responded to post in Guide History. The post "Women Pastors?" has a whopping 464 responses and over 19 pages of content!

The discussion in this particular post is went on from approximately 2014 and stopped in 2018, making this post a museum worthy post
yes let's think about how wonderful it is that there are so many responses but no one post about the issue please i'm begging you

hahahah yes please no one post about this argument (I'm serious)
telling humans to not do something is like telling them to DO IT... so yeah. be safe.
Exactly.
Women shouldn't have jobs change my mind

Women are a hoax created by China, change my mind.

No wonder my mom's shirt tags always said, "Made in China."
I was trynna figure out how that worked.
Warning: Spoiler! [ Click to expand ]
This convo got me cracking so hard. I caaan't! :woohoo:

P L E A S E, NO YELLING AT THE MUSEAM

jk
wait what's with that tiny little jk at the end?!
I already have said enough.
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Women Pastors? 2 years 4 months ago #97579

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Pyrrhic wrote:
SGirven wrote:
Pyrrhic wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
endershadow112 wrote:
SRNitro wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
Pyrrhic wrote:
SGirven wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
SGirven wrote:
#operationtimetravel

In this exhibit in the Guide hall of fame museum, we look at the most responded to post in Guide History. The post "Women Pastors?" has a whopping 464 responses and over 19 pages of content!

The discussion in this particular post is went on from approximately 2014 and stopped in 2018, making this post a museum worthy post
yes let's think about how wonderful it is that there are so many responses but no one post about the issue please i'm begging you

hahahah yes please no one post about this argument (I'm serious)
telling humans to not do something is like telling them to DO IT... so yeah. be safe.
Exactly.
Women shouldn't have jobs change my mind

Women are a hoax created by China, change my mind.

No wonder my mom's shirt tags always said, "Made in China."
I was trynna figure out how that worked.
Warning: Spoiler! [ Click to expand ]
This convo got me cracking so hard. I caaan't! :woohoo:

P L E A S E, NO YELLING AT THE MUSEAM

jk
wait what's with that tiny little jk at the end?!

I T M E A N S WE'RE ALLOWED TO YELL ALL WE WANT IN THE MUSEUM
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Re: Women Pastors? 1 year 5 months ago #100110

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I have not fully made my mind up, on one hand the Bible seems to say that there shouldn't be women pastors, but how do we Know that Paul wasn't specifically refering to his culture only, maybe it was a present truth then, but in our culture it doesn't apply, ie like noah preached the flood would come in his time, we wouldn't preach that now, On the other hand common sense seems to say to me that God is not gender biased.

It is a hard topic to decide on.

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Re: Women Pastors? 1 year 5 months ago #100111

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Look at Joel 2:28-29, Acts 2:1-4, Galatians 3:28. But then Ellen White comes in. So I am not sure.
I think we should believe what the Bible says over what Ellen White says. After all, Ellen White was a human, albeit one blessed by God with a prophetic ministry.
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Re: Women Pastors? 1 year 5 months ago #100113

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tim33 wrote:
I have to say that I am still undecided, Paul has some pretty strong things to say that point to not have female pastors, It is a very hard subject to understand.

When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.
Galatians 3:28 "There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus."

And we should all obey what God tells us to do. Therefore, if God calls a woman to preach or be a pastor, she should definitely do it. But if not then she shouldn't.
"Don't do anything from selfish ambition or from a cheap desire to boast, but be humble toward one another, always considering others better than yourselves." Philippians 2:3-5 GNT.
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Re: Women Pastors? 1 year 5 months ago #100144

BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
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When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
Good point. I have to think about that.
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Re: Women Pastors? 1 year 5 months ago #100148

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BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
I mean the Bible's composition was a decision made by men.
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BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
I mean the Bible's composition was a decision made by men.

@ken10wil, Are you implying that the Bible isn't entirely accurate? :whistle: Or did I misunderstand you?
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Re: Women Pastors? 1 year 5 months ago #100242

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BookwormJo wrote:
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BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
I mean the Bible's composition was a decision made by men.

@ken10wil, Are you implying that the Bible isn't entirely accurate? :whistle: Or did I misunderstand you?
A lot of people do that smh
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BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
because Paul's opinion was amended to the bible by man, hopefully with God being involved.
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ken10wil wrote:
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BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
because Paul's opinion was amended to the bible by man, hopefully with God being involved.
hopefully?? you ok man??
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When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
because Paul's opinion was amended to the bible by man, hopefully with God being involved.
hopefully?? you ok man??
Because it was still an action decided centuries after by men, who also added and removed other books from scripture as they saw fit. It's not like God just handed the catholic church a neatly bound copy of the new testament.
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Re: Women Pastors? 1 year 2 days ago #103269

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ken10wil wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
ken10wil wrote:
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BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
because Paul's opinion was amended to the bible by man, hopefully with God being involved.
hopefully?? you ok man??
Because it was still an action decided centuries after by men, who also added and removed other books from scripture as they saw fit. It's not like God just handed the catholic church a neatly bound copy of the new testament.
Matthew 5:18
I can guarantee this truth: Until the earth and the heavens disappear, neither a period nor a comma will disappear from the Scriptures before everything has come true.
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Re: Women Pastors? 1 year 2 days ago #103286

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BookwormJo wrote:
ken10wil wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
ken10wil wrote:
endershadow112 wrote:
BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
because Paul's opinion was amended to the bible by man, hopefully with God being involved.
hopefully?? you ok man??
Because it was still an action decided centuries after by men, who also added and removed other books from scripture as they saw fit. It's not like God just handed the catholic church a neatly bound copy of the new testament.
Matthew 5:18
I can guarantee this truth: Until the earth and the heavens disappear, neither a period nor a comma will disappear from the Scriptures before everything has come true.
Agreed. During the third and fourth centuries A.D., a lot of the church leaders from cities surrounding the Mediterreanean Sea, got together and obtained collections of the apostles' and Jesus' works and words and scrolls from what we consider the Old Testament (at the time it was the Old Testament and other extrabiblical works like the Apocrypha, Book of Enoch, and such). They then went through those manuscripts and established a canon, a set of rules that would determine which books made it into the Bible. The Old Testament and some extrabiblical books qualified automatically, but a long debate ensued when they reached the 'New Testament'. Then in early 4th century A.D. (I think it was 327 A.D., correct me if I'm wrong), a well-respected church leader sent a letter to the group listing all the books of the Bible. And that's only one of the first steps to create the Bibles we read today.
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Re: Women Pastors? 10 months 3 days ago #106210

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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
BookwormJo wrote:
ken10wil wrote:
pathfinder4ever wrote:
ken10wil wrote:
endershadow112 wrote:
BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
because Paul's opinion was amended to the bible by man, hopefully with God being involved.
hopefully?? you ok man??
Because it was still an action decided centuries after by men, who also added and removed other books from scripture as they saw fit. It's not like God just handed the catholic church a neatly bound copy of the new testament.
Matthew 5:18
I can guarantee this truth: Until the earth and the heavens disappear, neither a period nor a comma will disappear from the Scriptures before everything has come true.
Agreed. During the third and fourth centuries A.D., a lot of the church leaders from cities surrounding the Mediterreanean Sea, got together and obtained collections of the apostles' and Jesus' works and words and scrolls from what we consider the Old Testament (at the time it was the Old Testament and other extrabiblical works like the Apocrypha, Book of Enoch, and such). They then went through those manuscripts and established a canon, a set of rules that would determine which books made it into the Bible. The Old Testament and some extrabiblical books qualified automatically, but a long debate ensued when they reached the 'New Testament'. Then in early 4th century A.D. (I think it was 327 A.D., correct me if I'm wrong), a well-respected church leader sent a letter to the group listing all the books of the Bible. And that's only one of the first steps to create the Bibles we read today.
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ken10wil wrote:
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BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
because Paul's opinion was amended to the bible by man, hopefully with God being involved.
hopefully?? you ok man??
Because it was still an action decided centuries after by men, who also added and removed other books from scripture as they saw fit. It's not like God just handed the catholic church a neatly bound copy of the new testament.
Matthew 5:18
I can guarantee this truth: Until the earth and the heavens disappear, neither a period nor a comma will disappear from the Scriptures before everything has come true.
Agreed. During the third and fourth centuries A.D., a lot of the church leaders from cities surrounding the Mediterreanean Sea, got together and obtained collections of the apostles' and Jesus' works and words and scrolls from what we consider the Old Testament (at the time it was the Old Testament and other extrabiblical works like the Apocrypha, Book of Enoch, and such). They then went through those manuscripts and established a canon, a set of rules that would determine which books made it into the Bible. The Old Testament and some extrabiblical books qualified automatically, but a long debate ensued when they reached the 'New Testament'. Then in early 4th century A.D. (I think it was 327 A.D., correct me if I'm wrong), a well-respected church leader sent a letter to the group listing all the books of the Bible. And that's only one of the first steps to create the Bibles we read today.
Are you some sort of person who has the answer to almost all of history? Or are you just spending time researching all this that you didn't know before?
Both
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ken10wil wrote:
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ken10wil wrote:
endershadow112 wrote:
BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
because Paul's opinion was amended to the bible by man, hopefully with God being involved.
hopefully?? you ok man??
Because it was still an action decided centuries after by men, who also added and removed other books from scripture as they saw fit. It's not like God just handed the catholic church a neatly bound copy of the new testament.
Matthew 5:18
I can guarantee this truth: Until the earth and the heavens disappear, neither a period nor a comma will disappear from the Scriptures before everything has come true.
Agreed. During the third and fourth centuries A.D., a lot of the church leaders from cities surrounding the Mediterreanean Sea, got together and obtained collections of the apostles' and Jesus' works and words and scrolls from what we consider the Old Testament (at the time it was the Old Testament and other extrabiblical works like the Apocrypha, Book of Enoch, and such). They then went through those manuscripts and established a canon, a set of rules that would determine which books made it into the Bible. The Old Testament and some extrabiblical books qualified automatically, but a long debate ensued when they reached the 'New Testament'. Then in early 4th century A.D. (I think it was 327 A.D., correct me if I'm wrong), a well-respected church leader sent a letter to the group listing all the books of the Bible. And that's only one of the first steps to create the Bibles we read today.
Are you some sort of person who has the answer to almost all of history? Or are you just spending time researching all this that you didn't know before?
Both
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BookwormJo wrote:
When Paul said "I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; she is to remain quiet." in 1 Timothy 2:12, he used the word 'I'. He didn't say that God didn't want women to teach or preach.

I agree with women's ordination, but I just want to ask, why would Paul's opinion be in the bible if it wasn't relevant or in line with God's opinion?
because Paul's opinion was amended to the bible by man, hopefully with God being involved.
hopefully?? you ok man??
Because it was still an action decided centuries after by men, who also added and removed other books from scripture as they saw fit. It's not like God just handed the catholic church a neatly bound copy of the new testament.
Matthew 5:18
I can guarantee this truth: Until the earth and the heavens disappear, neither a period nor a comma will disappear from the Scriptures before everything has come true.
Agreed. During the third and fourth centuries A.D., a lot of the church leaders from cities surrounding the Mediterreanean Sea, got together and obtained collections of the apostles' and Jesus' works and words and scrolls from what we consider the Old Testament (at the time it was the Old Testament and other extrabiblical works like the Apocrypha, Book of Enoch, and such). They then went through those manuscripts and established a canon, a set of rules that would determine which books made it into the Bible. The Old Testament and some extrabiblical books qualified automatically, but a long debate ensued when they reached the 'New Testament'. Then in early 4th century A.D. (I think it was 327 A.D., correct me if I'm wrong), a well-respected church leader sent a letter to the group listing all the books of the Bible. And that's only one of the first steps to create the Bibles we read today.
Are you some sort of person who has the answer to almost all of history? Or are you just spending time researching all this that you didn't know before?
Both
oh ok.
Just a hobby.
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Re: Women Pastors? 10 months 1 day ago #106486

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Re: Women Pastors? 10 months 1 day ago #106491

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noble240 wrote:
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I think a few others threw this idea out there, but I'll throw it out again.

I don't have a problem with women preachers, they're nice and all; as long as they aren't ordained. God put it pretty straight-forward in the bible that only men were to be ordained, since they were the spiritual leaders of the household and the church. And, if you look at a lot of "magic" and "sorcery", a lot of their "priests" are women. Obviously something God wanted to avoid people getting mixed up with, right?

could you provide a verse reference please?

1 Timothy 2:12–14
I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; rather, she is to remain quiet. For Adam was formed first, then Eve; and Adam was not deceived, but the woman was deceived and became a transgressor.

Pastors have explained that this means that women should preach, but not serve as pastors. Everyone seems to think that you have to be a pastor to preach. Of for crying out loud, if God wants you to preach, preach!! He's not saying don't preach. He saying the office of pastoring in the church is reserved for men. Is that hard to obey one little thing? I know I'm a boy but you can still preach girls! My mom did at church todday and I believe God helped her for many were blessed.

I pray that all SDA will studfy their Bibles and EGW books and be ready for Jesus coming. I can't wait!!!
OK, I know this is an old text, but I really need to say something. Paul only told those women to stay quiet because they were gossiping.
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KristytheCorgi wrote:
Wow. Page 13 is just all noble240 talking about women pastors being a bad thing :dry:
Thx for saving me the trauma.
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KristytheCorgi wrote:
Wow. Page 13 is just all noble240 talking about women pastors being a bad thing :dry:
how? just because your gender you cant be a pastor?


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