Matter of Theology with Chris Huff

Hosted ByChris Huff

Matter of Theology addresses church and cultural issues from a Biblical standpoint.

Head Coverings: Cultural Practice or Biblical Ordinance?

Welcome to another edition of MoT! The place where theology matters because everything, all of life is a matter of theology. MoT is a podcast production that stands for the sufficiency of Scripture seeks to show how scripture applies to everything we think, say, and do. 

In today’s episode, Drew and Chris take a deep dive, and we mean DEEP dive (just over 3 hours) into the topic of head coverings from 1 Corinthians 11:2-16. This topic is addressed by the Apostle Paul (using 15 verses), under the divine inspiration of the Holy Spirit, in a very specific way for a very specific reason. This is not a difficult passage to interpret and apply however there are many who steer clear of it or do not take a consistent and/or balanced hermeneutical approach to exegeting the text. Our goal is to address this from all sides using Scripture, church history, the culture in Corinth at the time, and our culture today.

So, grab your copy of God’s Word and strap in as we dive into 1 Corinthians 11, a whole host of other passages, church history, the culture, and beyond in the latest from MoT, “Head Coverings: Cultural Practice or Biblical Ordinance?”

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