Woman as Priest, Bishop and Laity in the Early Church to 440 A.D.
by Arthur Frederick Ide, Ide House 1984.
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Table of Contents
|Chapter Two||Woman in the Roman World (A.D. 33 - 305)||13|
|Chapter Three||Woman in Apostolic Thought||19|
|Chapter Four.||Woman in the Early Church: A Study of Romans 16||27|
|Chapter Five||Women Ordained||41|
|Chapter Six||Male Collaboration Against the Female Sex in the Early Church||61|
|Chapter Seven||Women and Sex in Early Christianity||103|
|Chapter Eight||Woman and Work in the Early Christian Community||117|
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