A Short History of the Headship Doctrine in the Seventh-day Adventist Church

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In the late 20th century many Seventh-day Adventists adopted the “headship principle,” a doctrine which attempts to establish a biblical basis for excluding women from leadership positions in the home and the church. This book defines headship theology, explains why it was Calvinists who developed it, and outlines how and why it was adopted by some Adventists. More
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Review by: Rich DuBose on July 19, 2014 :
Gerry has done a superb job of being factual and concise. This is the first and only document I have seen that covers this subject, so it is a significant contribution to the discussion of the role of women within the Adventist church.
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Review by: Shining on April 30, 2014 :
I found this to be interesting in view of the current discussion of where different ideas came from.
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