Posted On May 31, 2021

Can Women Go to Seminary with Doreen Virtue

by | May 31, 2021 | Tulips and Honey

We’ve been discussing the issues with women’s ministry since this podcast began, with churches experiencing women’s Bible studies either plagued by back biting, fluffy or flat-out heretical lessons, or nonexistent growth. Doreen Virtue, my dear sister-in-Christ, shares this concern and was gracious enough to spend some time discussing this with me. As she’s spent the last couple years in seminary, after realizing she wasn’t getting the theological education she was longing for, she recognizes the issues of women’s ministry and their affect on the church. Below is a timestamped outline of today’s episode as well links to all the books and resources we mention.

TS 00:02:45 – Should women go to seminary?

Interviewing Susan Heck:

Interviewing Erin Coates:

TS 00:06:25 – What was the response you received when you decided to go to seminary?

TS 00:08:15 – A day in the life of a seminarian

TS 00:13:00 – Can a women’s ministry recreate your experience?

Charles Spurgeon Study Bible:

Expositors Bible Commentary:

TS 00:19:45 – Women teaching women

Interviewing Michelle Lesley and Amy Spreeman:

Episode discussing Beth Moore:

TS 00:23:20 – How would you recommend women talk to their elders about getting solid women’s Bible study?

Joel Beeke’s Systematic Theology:

TS 00:29:00 – Encouragement for women who are disenfranchised by women teachers who have Francis Chan’d us?

TS 00:31:45 – What was Doreen’s favorite class so far?

Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament:

Covenant or something find link Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary:

TMU YouTube classes:

The Master’s University:

TS 00:35:00 – Have you noticed a difference in your videos since you began school?

TS 00:37:00 – Pastor Jim Osman’s book on Spiritual Warfare:

TS 00:41:20 – Is there a barrier that women should consider before going to seminary?

TS 00:43:00 – Deceived No More by Doreen Virtue:

Chapter 9 update:

TS 00:45:00 – How can we be praying for you?

TS 00:59:30 – Dr. Steve Lawson’s Men’s Bible Study:

TS 01:02:25 – Tulips & Honey Facebook Group:

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