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Covering the Web: May 8/15

Covering The Web

Shining a spotlight on the head covering discussion happening worldwide.

    • Complementarian Exegesis and Head Coverings (Blog of a Blathering Barbarian)
      “As some of you know, I have become persuaded over the past year that the head-covering of women during worship which Paul commands in 1 Corinthians 11 was not merely a 1st century cultural standard but is still binding today. “
    • Head Covering: What it is and Why I Do It (The Biblical Family)
      “I want to display what head covering represents, which is to show that I submit to my husband as leader in our household. In this day and age, where feminism is running rampant, I want to show that I stand by my role as woman.”
    • Why I Believe Head Coverings In Worship Are For Today (The Cross Is All We Need)
      “I cover my hair when I am in a worship service. I haven’t always. I was raised in a church where older women still covered their hair, usually with a hat, but the younger women didn’t. Except for one, and she still sticks out in my memory.”
    • Best Place To Buy Christian Head Coverings (Super Radical Christian Writer Chick)
      “I’m in the market for a few basic head coverings. Since I’m new to this entire head covering shebang, I figured I’d ask the lovely ladies in my Facebook community and do some research and give you ONLY the best of the best — both online and your brick-and-mortar stores!”
    • My headcovering testimony (Part 2) –what made me decide to cover full-time (Little maiden’s journey with Jesus)
      “how it is possible, that this shy Asian woman even starts to cover full-time right now. What happened to her? What made her decide to take further steps? Well, I am going to tell you my story.”
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Comments

Sara June Thompson
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Good point in the first article. If we say head covering was just cultural, then homosexualty, the role of men and women in marriage, and the principle of male headship in the church could all be called into question as “cultural”. Better to stay safe and stay true to the Word of God.

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