Aída Besançon Spencer

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About

Aída Besançon Spencer, ordained as a Presbyterian minister since 1973, has served as a Hispanic community organizer, prison teacher and evangelist, college campus minister, founding pastor of organization of Pilgrim Church in Beverly, MA, and professor of New Testament at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, MA. She is also on the CBE Board of Reference. She has studied the Bible’s views of women and men since a student in seminary, beginning in the 1970s. Her writings include Beyond the Curse: Women Called to Ministry, The Goddess Revival, Marriage at the Crossroads, and the volumes 1 Timothy and 2 Timothy and Titus in the New Covenant Commentary Series.

Resources by Aída Besançon Spencer

Book | Beyond the Curse: Women Called to Ministry
Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | God as Mother, Not Mother as God: A Biblical Feminist Response to the “New Feminism”
Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | Early-Church Heroines: Rulers, Prophets and Martyrs
Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | Avoiding the "Either-Or" Trap
Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | A Gender Matter
Book Review | Book Review: Men and Women in the Church
Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | What are the Biblical Roles of Female and Male Followers of Christ?
Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | How God’s Spirit Worked a Revolution in Hawaii in 1819–1825
Video | Biblical Equality and Radical Feminism: What is the Difference?
Audio | Biblical Equality and Radical Feminism: What is the Difference?