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Covering the Web: May 22/14

Covering The Web

Shining a spotlight on the head covering discussion happening worldwide.

  • Graduation, Flash Mob Praise, & Head Coverings (Jesus, My Bible & I)
    “Also about two weeks ago, my Bishop preached on 1 Corinthians 11:2-16. Yep, the passage about head coverings…Since that message (two Sundays later) my mother, sister and I have been covering our heads, so that we can obey God’s Word.”
  • Free Online Headcovering Femininity Magazine… (With Propriety)
    “Did you know there is a beautiful Christian bi-monthly color magazine that features headcovering girls? I didn’t either and I’m in love!”
  • Part 3(A): Modesty, Head Coverings, & Skirts…Oh MY!!! (Saavy Homemaking)
    “In order to cover this as accurately and clearly as possible I think it prudent to go through this section pretty much line-by-line (hence the two part Part 3 of the series)…” Parts 3A and 3B in this series deal with head coverings. You can view the second part (3B) here.
  • Biblical Position on Hair and Hair Length | Covenanter Pamphlets (YouTube)
    A video promoting an old pamphlet that defends biblical head covering and hair lengths. You can also find this pamphlet online for free (not their version) here.
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Covering the Web: April 30/14

Covering The Web

Shining a spotlight on the head covering discussion happening worldwide.

  • Modest Monday: Garlands of Grace Review and GIVEAWAY!!!! (Raising Soldiers for Christ)
    “My journey with head covering I guess began as a child……Click on the giveaway and enter for your chance to win a head covering from Garlands of Grace!!!!” (Giveaway ends tomorrow, May 1st)
  • The history of headcoverings in the Church (Examiner.com)
    “While most Christian women today do not veil their heads, many are surprised to learn that wearing headcoverings was actually the rule throughout the history of the Church…Below is a list of quotations from historically important theologians that make it clear that wearing such coverings was the universal practice of the Christian Church.”
  • It’s never too late for Easter bonnets (With God’s Help)
    “I read a number of sites that had been suggested to me in order to better understand the arguments against headcovering. In the end, the most compelling reason to me is simply that it is commanded in the same breath that other directions we have been given and maintain are.”
  • Head Coverings and a Consistent Biblical Hermeneutic (Reformed Christian Theology)
    “Paul does not say “nor have the churches of God for now” or “in Greece” or any other qualifying phrase or context in which the commandment is given. If this is the case, how can we not interpret the command to be important and to be followed as a matter of obedience?”
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Covering the Web: April 12/14

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Shining a spotlight on the head covering discussion happening worldwide.

  • Called to Cover our Heads? A Quick Breakdown of 1 Corinthians 11 (Ramblings of a Christian MOM!!)
    “I never paid that much attention to 1 Corinthians 11 before. Like many people, I more or less skimmed through it, deeming the passage as cultural to the times and irrelevant to me…Lately, however, the topic has come up several times in Christian Mommy Facebook groups that I’m in and I felt convicted to study deeper into it. Here is what I discovered…”
  • Principle 31 – Godly Disciplines for Assemblies (YouTube)
    An official reading from the “Gospel Fellowships” audiobook. This section deals with head covering as well as other spiritual disciplines. 3 minutes long.
  • The Headcovering as a Universal Practice (A Ruby in the Rough)
    “The headcovering requirement is based on the order of creation. It has been argued that this means that the principle of male headship is permanent, but the particular application of it (i.e. headcovering) was cultural. There is no evidence in the passage for this.”
  • Should Women Wear Head Coverings….? (YouTube)
    A 14 minute video from Corinn Linkowski (teenage girl).

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Covering the Web: March 26/14

Covering The Web

Shining a spotlight on the head covering discussion happening worldwide.

  • The Accidental Complementarian (Her.Meneutics / Christianity Today)
    “With this approach, many years into marriage, I—a headstrong, egalitarian woman—embraced a complementarian reading of 1 Corinthians 11:3: “But I want you to realize that the head of every man is Christ, and the head of the woman is man, and the head of Christ is God.” I sought the truth—and made an interpretive decision.”
  • Congratulations to our Pinterest Winner! (Joni and Friends)
    “Vic guessed correctly on the Pinterest photo – the picture was snapped in 1991 when I was in Moscow, Russia to help prepare for Billy Graham’s Crusade…But why the babushka? The Iron Curtain had only recently come down and many Christians still held fast to old traditions (although, wearing a head covering in church is a very biblical idea :-).”
  • How I Packed For A Weekend in Florida (Fresh Modesty)
    “Bright and early Sunday morning, we attended church at St. Andrew’s Chapel in Sanford, Florida. Dr. RC Sproul was preaching and it was incredible to hear him in such a pretty building. I borrowed my shoes and headcovering from the day before and threw on this…”
  • K.P. Yohannan on Head Covering. (Domestic Felicity)
    “I first heard of K.P Yohannon when my aunt gave me the book Revolution In World Missions. Not my usual kind of book, but it was from such a different (indigenous) perspective than I usually get & he gives his testimony in such an engaging style I devoured it. So I was pleased to stumble over his new little Head Coverings book.”
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Covering the Web: Mar 5/14

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Shining a spotlight on the head covering discussion happening worldwide.

  • This Is Me #10 (The Candle Underneath the Looking Glass)
    “At what point do Christians stop obeying, word for word, what the Bible says? One passage most Christians don’t follow is , 1 Cor 11:2-16, regarding head coverings for women in church. There are some churches (power to them) that do follow this tradition but most do not.”
  • Head Coverings – Two Spiritual Statements (Christian Fellowship Church – India)
    “We recognize that our understanding of head-covering is not popular in most Western cultures. Most people (and the young especially) want their Christianity to be “cool” and relevant. We are not primarily interested in this. We definitely don’t go out of our way to stand out or be different for difference sake; we simply value submission to God’s Word. And we are persuaded that the practice of head covering is prescribed in the Bible…”
  • Head Coverings and Christianity (Reformed Christian Theology)
    “People have a very bad tendency of ignoring obvious teachings in Scripture, because they don’t mix well with the social norms of the day. The issue of head coverings is one of these issues. The first time I ever read 1 Corinthians 11 I understood what it meant, because it was so simple. After getting married, my wife started wearing a hat to church, because it suffices as a head covering.”
  • Head Coverings for Sisters, Should they? (Wheatland Bible Chapel)
    “It is implied that this was a Corinthian problem and applied only to that church. However, all the teaching of this epistle is clearly directed in its introduction. It was written to the Corinthian saints “with all that in every place call upon the name of Jesus Christ our Lord.” Paul is not afraid to address cultural problems in Corinth. But in this chapter there is no mention of culture.”
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