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“Saved through Childbearing”

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The Jewish Context of 1 Timothy 2:15

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In order to follow the argument of 1 Tim, one must be familiar not only with Greco-Roman culture but also with traditional Jewish interpretations of Torah. This study (a) discusses Jewish overtones in the context, (b) argues that 2:15 appropriates early rabbinic traditions about why women die in childbirth to underscore the importance of feminine virtues, and (c) responds to possible objections.1

Affiliations: 1: Abilene, TX

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2014-09-23
2017-12-14

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