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One Man's Opinion

Are we so hard up for help as men that we now need women folk to write articles for preachers, and lessons for us to read and ponder?

I have read Pulpit Helps for years. A great paper. But why is it that we now have to have six articles in one issue written by the women?

- Front page-Portrait of a Godly Shepherd-by Nancy DeMoss
- Front Page-The Discipline of a Fixed Focus-by Angela Ramage
- Page 8-Protect Your Marriage-by Glenda Malmin
- Page 9, 10-Little White Lies-by Jan Silvious
- Page 12-Historical Criticism-by Etta Linnemann
- Page 18-Office Tips for the Church Secretary-by Glenda Friesen

I, for one, believe that we need all the help we can get as teachers and preachers of the Word of God, but I do not believe for a minute that we need to have the women folk write those articles.

One man's opinion.

Bob Lentz
San Jose, California

Editor's Note: We expect we'll hear other opinions.

 

Another Opinion

I wish to ask Mr. Lentz if there are any complaints with the biblical content of any of the afore mentioned articles? As the editorial assistant to Pulpit Helps that typesets every article in the publication, who also just happens to be a woman, I found nothing biblically wrong with any of the articles mentioned.

And as a believer in God's kingdom, who just happens to be a woman, I use this verse to defend my fellow believers in Christ, "There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus" (Gal. 3:28).

Gailynn Robinson
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