Doctrinal damsels and dames In this TruthTalks audio recording, Dad (Dr Christopher Peppler) and I change up the format a little and instead of having an overview of the post to open with we both dive headlong into talking about a couple of women in the Bible and what made them special.
When we think of special women in the Bible, names like Mary, Ruth, and Esther usually come to mind. However, I want to focus on two less likely candidates. Wednesday 9th August is Woman’s Day here in South Africa and so I have chosen biblical characters with whom the average woman is more likely
Dr. Christopher Peppler and I discuss women’s role in the church as it was, is, and should be. Apart from really enjoying and gaining (in my opinion) much needed insight into my faith when I do these TruthTalks with Christopher Peppler, it can still feel disheartening when I think of how few people know
Confusion, not Confucius, says, “He who handles hot potatoes seeks burnt fingers or mash!” I seek to produce some nutritious mashed potatoes, but I am bound to get my fingers burnt. The sub-title of this article should be, “A position on women in ministry in 728 words… and other miracles!”. I can’t do justice