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Did God intend for women to be subordinate to men? Lecture 3 in the 2001 WWF convention implies that God is just and that man and woman are equal in the eyes of God as you gave many examples to support this notion. However in Genesis 3:16 God quotes "
I will greatly multiply your sorrow in conception; in pain you shall bring forth children; your desire shall be for your husband, AND HE SHALL RULE OVER YOU
" (my own emphasis). Can you please explain the Coptic stance on this thought and specifically on this verse? If the Copts take this verse at face value, is there room for feminists or feminism in the Coptic Orthodox church?
How does Christianity view a woman?
How is the Coptic Orthodox understanding of marriage similar to or different from any other religion?
Is our church a man-made construction and is it possible that it may have traditions that are socially constructed instead of divinely prescribed?
Is there a place for feminism in the Coptic Orthodox Church?
What is the role of women in church? Is it only to raise good children as it says in lecture 3 of the Water, Wind and Faith convention in 2001: Feminism and Christianity section IX?
Why are there no female writers on feminism in the Coptic Orthodox Church?
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