IFB rancher824 Posted November 10, 2010 Author IFB Share Posted November 10, 2010 Rancher, Your proposal appears out of context. I wouldn’t recommend making a doctrine out of what you’ve proposed.silence Strong’s 2271 1) quietness a) description of the life of one who stays at home doing his own work, and does not officiously meddle with the affairs of others fem. Of 2272, stillness, i.e. desistance from bustle or language 2) silence and derived from: Strong’s 2272 1) quiet, tranquil der. Of the base of 1476 and 2192; prop. keeping one’s seat (sedentary); i.e. (by impl.) still (undisturbed, undisturbing):- peaceable, quiet. 1476 to sit, sedentary, immovable, settled, stedfast 2192 to hold This has nothing to do with singing or music but everything to do with conduct and attitude while under instruction for learning while in the assembly of the church. It may speak to not bursting out in song while under instruction. I believe the context of the entire chapter would agree; beginning with conduct and attitude toward government, why we must conduct ourselves thus, and finally how we should conduct ourselves in the assembly of believers. 1: quietness 2: silence other 1: quiet Your definition is full of the same words. Quiet and silent. Yes it mentions keeping ones seat. What does that tell us? The lady up front singing a special is neither quiet nor keeping her seat. So we circle back around to the clear verses that say for a women to be silent. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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