The Apostle Paul's teachings on the place and role of women within the Church has been a source of significant debate. Some have viewed Paul as a misogynist, keen to suppress women and deny them a voice. Others have argued that he presents a much more "liberated" egalitarian viewpoint.
Join international New Testament scholar, Professor Lyn Cohick, as we seek to better understand Paul's context, his priorities, and the implications of his teachings for the Church in the 21st Century.
Lyn Cohick is the Department Chair and Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College, Illinois. Her research interests include Pauline studies, Christian ethics and women in Jewish and early Christian traditions. Her recent publications include Philippians in 'The Story of God Bible Commentary' (2010) and 'Women in the world of the Earliest Christians' (2009).