Very thorough study of 1 Corinthains 11 and the Christian woman's headcovering, using many other Scripture texts and reasonings in her reading of this passage. Her introduction:
To the modern Christian, as we study the issue of head coverings, might respond that it's "archaic" or "of the first century." However, it's in the Scriptures, and is taught to those true believers of the common faith of our Yahushua Ha Mashiach. As always we truly want to be sound, accurate, and comprehensive in our research of this neglected topic. Most of us when reading 1 Corinthians 11 have accustomed ourselves to pass over this section with no thought as to its relevance for us today. However, I would like to lay down some undeniable facts on this topic before we begin.
Fact #1- It's in the Holy Scriptures, whether it was for the first century or not, it's there and must be addressed.
Fact #2- If we single this topic out with the acceptation of it being only for the primitive Church does that give us the license to do that with other genre of Scriptures?
Fact #3- Seeing it's the work of the adversary to rob (Matthew 13:19; John 10:10) and deceive (Matthew 24:24; Revelation 20:3,8) is it not logical that he attempts to deceive the gullible in this topic also?
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