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Filtering by Tag: Headcoverings

A Discourse on Women Prophesying and Headcoverings.

James Dodson

1665-Joseph Mede (1586-1639).-An interesting discourse on 1 Cor. 11:5 explaining what Paul meant when he spoke of women prophesying.  In the course of the discussion, he throws some light on the function of precentors and the antiphony between the preceptor and the congregation (much like lining of the Psalms). Pointedly, he also discusses what Paul meant to teach respecting headcoverings or veils for women in the worship of the church.

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Commentary on 1 Corinthians 11:1-16

James Dodson

1659-David Dickson (1583-1663).-Dickson's commentary on this passage shows that the certain usages pertaining to order and decorum in the church are divinely ordered in nature and that these natural signs are to be maintained in the assembly because the church has no custom to cast off nature.

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Letter CCXLV.

James Dodson

Augustine of Hippo-In this letter Augustine addresses how women should dress and declares they should go about with their heads covered, avoid the use of cosmetics and shun costly attire and any ornaments connected with heathenism.

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