How men and women influence religion
Father Rutler is a modern holy man born in 1945. Rutler is a man of remarkable talent who is a musician, artist, art historian, and athlete. He has an amazing mind and graduated from Ivy League college. He is a writer and lecturer.
Men and women influencing religion are a modern practice. Lay people have unofficial roles in the Church. There is a story about a woman who gave up going to confession because she no longer saw the point. One day she saw a bank president who was standing in line for confession. The lady wondered whether she should go to confession.
There are some places in the Bible that still believe that women should be subject to men. There are some women who follow women’s oppression. Women are instructed to be calm and submissive to their husbands. Man is responsible for his wife as Christ is responsible for the church.
On the other hand, there are 20 heroic women mentioned in the Bible. Some of the women mentioned in the Bible, Eve, Leah, Rebekah, and Delilah, are portrayed as bad influences on the men in their lives. Other women in the Bible are saints or queens. Some of the women in the Bible are known to be mothers of great men in the Bible. Mary was the mother of Jesus, Rachel was the mother of Joseph, Hannah was the mother of Samuel, Bathsheba was the mother of Solomon, Elizabeth was the mother of John the Baptist, and Jochebed was the mother of Moses. Women like Elizabeth and Sarah should represent patience because they became mothers at the age of 90. These women that I mentioned represent the traditional roles of women presented in the Bible.
In the Bible, men are portrayed as strong leaders, many of whom were deceived, like Samson, Adam, and Jacob, by women who gave them what they wanted. For years, women had promised at wedding ceremonies to love, honor, and obey. Recently reformed gender roles in the face of equality between men and women in religion. Many women have acquired religious roles in religion that were once given to men, such as: B. Priestesses. In the Catholic Church, religion changes a little every time there is a new Pope. In the new religious revisions, women can be viewed as liberated women, not as property of men. The feminist Gloria Steinem tried the institution of marriage when it no longer hindered the intellectual and spiritual development of a woman. Women have the option to keep their maiden names. Both men and women influence their children equally by being equal partners in marriage. Father Rutler is clearly aware of a constantly changing Christian faith. The more Christianity changes, the more the religion stays the same. Women become more independent and men more into partnership with women in the practice of religion.