Women Keep Silent In The Church!

Women Speaking In The Church - Pastor Melissa Scott

Too many ill-taught, Christian fundamentalists who still think the original scriptures of the Bible were written in the King James’ English, have tried to silence the preaching of Pastor Melissa Scott with the battle cry: “Women Keep Silent In The Church!” I won’t get into the scriptural errors these neanderthals continue to make because Pastor Scott has already addressed this issue in a series of short YouTube videos titled: “Women Speaking In The Church.”

If you’re not a close-minded simpleton, and you realize that the Old and New Testaments were written respectively in Hebrew and Greek, then you might want to watch these just to make sure the traditional baggage you’ve toting around all these years about women’s true role in the church isn’t in error:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Anna The Prophetess:



  1. It’s amazing we are interested in this yet could care less about the idolatry. There is no Jewish concept for a messiah to be man and divine. It’s just amazing how Christians violate the very scripture they consider holy.

    • Uh, the scripture we consider holy includes the New Testament and speaks, in Greek, of theos being with hos theos, or God being with The God in the beginning (John 1:1.) It also uses the Hebrew for The Lord our God is one, one being the word echad. It turns out Hebrew is not quite like Arabic or some other languages in how it uses this word. It can mean one, it can also mean few, and it can refer not just (and not usually) to singularity but also to unity. In that sense the shema, the Lord our God is one, can easily mean the Lord our God is unified, the Lord our God is in oneness (like a team) or the Lord our God is few. In addition, the source of that shema is Deuteronomy 6:4 which uses the word elohenu for “our God” — a form of Elohim, which is used all over the OT and is usually in the plural, Eloah being the rarer singular form. It’s more like saying The Lord (Yahweh) our Gods (Elohenu), The Lord (Yahweh) is in unity (and one should also ask why Yahweh is in the verse twice, too, if there’s only one of Him.) So… let’s not throw context out the window before accusing Christians of any idolatry unfounded in the Old Testament when there is a foundation in the Old Testament for a plural Godhead and when Christians do not accept the Old Testament alone, but also the testimony of Jesus Christ and the Apostles who were taught by Him.

  2. Thank you for your excellent teaching on women in ministry.
    I do travel the world and found women apostles in Africa, Asia and
    other parts of the world. Romans 16:7- Greet Andronicus and Junia
    my fellow Jews, who have been in prison with me. They are outstanding
    among the apostles, and they were in Christ before I was. You will find that Junia was a women.

  3. Thanks for your comment. Yes it is hard for a woman to make it in a world dominated by 99% male fundamentalists. Well, maybe 99% is an exaggeration…

  4. Oh Melissa… its time to come home, y’all been out talking tills to cows came home, now praying n loving are to different things… but i went by taffanys to fetch ya a ring… well it won’t be long till were in the house , not a creature is string not even a mouse, a ill give ya a kiss and well sing a song and the neighbors will listen all night long… i love you

    • from the time we are born, the infant stage dies and we go into childhood, then the adolescent years teen years die out and we become young adults, then adults , then seniors in stage we pass on and slowly physical body gets old, then we go to a higher level, we evolve, the soul continues to evolve we really never die our body does but we are elevated to higher existence in a different place.

  5. When taken it proper context, God’s word isn’t saying that females may not speak in church(in the same epistle it insist that the church offices include prophetess). What it is really saying,if cross-referenced and transliterated properly is that no woman is the head pastor of a church). Remember Bible Scholars, one must always cross-reference topics in the bible. In the matters of transliteration: Prayerfully study the word/phrase yourself and also seek/read the interpretations of other credible bible scholars! There are no contradictions in the Bible!

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