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Fashioned to Reign: Empowering Women to Fulfill Their Divine Destiny [Kindle Edition]

Kris Vallotton , Jack Hayford
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It's Time for a Revolution

In the Garden, woman was taken out of man to stand by his side and co-reign with him. But Satan's schemes have robbed women of their rightful identity, disempowering and defacing them. The world aches for God's original partnership to be brought into balance once more--and it can be.
Join Kris Vallotton for an extraordinary journey of eye-opening insight, including

• God's true plan and purpose for women
• Jesus' radical teachings and care for women
• men's important role in restoring women
• the true meaning of difficult Bible passages about women
• examples of women in leadership as God intended

God fashioned women to reign alongside men. Jesus set women free to be beautiful and powerful. It's time for us, as daughters and sons of the King, to rule together in glory again. Will you join the revolution?

"We have failed to realize that Jesus founded the women's liberation movement more than two thousand years ago. Isn't it high time His Church led the revolution?"--Kris Vallotton


"Off the charts. Worthy to be read and studied by all. You won't be able to put it down."--Patricia King, founder, XP Ministries

"Read, weigh and embrace the spirit, truth and heartbeat of this book. This biblical approach rightly addresses unright arguments of strained interpretations. Such balance and beauty make sense and offer wisdom. I say, 'Amen!'"--Pastor Jack Hayford, chancellor, The King's University, Dallas/Los Angeles

"This profound work is a must-read for men and women alike; it has the potential to instill courage in the hearts of men and give women permission to dream again."--Bill Johnson, senior leader, Bethel Church, Redding, California; author, The Essential Guide to Healing and When Heaven Invades Earth

"Finally, a biblical perspective that encourages women to remain themselves and still take their God-given places of leadership."--Stacey Campbell, author, Praying the Bible; co-founding pastor, New Life Church, Kelowna, British Columbia

"This compelling work will elevate your awareness, challenge some presuppositions and invite you to grow in the grace of the Lord Jesus."--Dr. Mark J. Chironna, Church On The Living Edge, Mark Chironna Ministries, Orlando, Florida

"This must-read will empower you to regain your identity that Satan stole and live the life God created you to live."--Cynthia Brazelton, pastor, Victory Christian Ministries International

"I deeply enjoyed diving into the Bible with Kris as my guide to find out what God really says about men and women. It has enhanced my understanding of who I am as a woman and inspires me to instill that in the young women around me. This book is about truth and therefore would be great written by anyone. However, I realized that the fact that it was written by a man, and it is a man calling me into my divine design, brought a deeper level of healing than I'd anticipated and sent me on a journey digging deeper into God's heart. I recommend it for all!" --Revival Magazine

"Fashioned to Reign considers the everlasting deception Christians face regarding women's role and purpose: a deception fostered by evil and which is not of God's plan. The disempowerment of women was the devil's idea - and God's true plan for women is very different. Woman was, in fact, designed to stand by man's side and reign with him, not under him - and Fashioned to Reign covers God's ultimate intention for women. Packed with scripture and information throughout, Fashioned to Reign is a powerful analysis perfect for any Christian collection." --Midwest Book Review

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1224 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 256 Seiten
  • Verlag: Chosen Books (15. August 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00CIUJY5W
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gradlinig und positiv provozierend 17. September 2013
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Kris Valletton nimmt die Rolle der Frau in Schöpfung, Altem Testament, Neuem Testament und Kirchengeschichte unter die Lupe. Er arbeitet auf seine ihm eigene Art heraus, dass Frauen von der Bibel her absolut gleichberechtigt und leitungsbegabt sind, sich aber der weibliche Leitungsstil (teilweise deutlich) vom männlichen unterscheidet. Weil Gott in "Familie" denkt, werden jeder Kirche und Geminde entscheidende Elemente fehlen, wenn sie ein Verein "alleinerziehender Männer" ist.
Dazu räumt er vom Urtext her mit guter Kenntnis der sozio-kulturellen Hintergründe mit den berühmt-berüchtigten Stellen in den Paulus Briefen auf ("das Weib schweige in der Gemeinde"), die in der Kirchengeschichte immer wieder herangezogen wurden, um (unbiblische) patriachische Systeme zu sichern. Er fällt aber auch nicht auf der anderen Seite vom Pferd und verlangt Zwangs-Quotenfrauen in jeder Kirchenleitung.
Das Buch endet mit der in der Luft liegenden Frage: "Ist jedes Mitglied (ob Mann oder Frau) in deiner Kirchenleitung an diesem Platz, weil sie berufen und beauftragt ist?" Wenn nicht, kann die Gemeinde nicht in ihrem vollen Potential laufen.

- Ein gelungenes Buch, das hilft, Gemeinden in ihr volles Potential als "Familie" hineinzuwachsen. Spannend zu lesen für Frauen udn Männer. Herausfordernd aber lohnend in der praktischen Umsetzung.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Finally someone dares to write upon that hot iron 6. Dezember 2014
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Thank you, for writing such a detailed and bible-founded book about the role of women in the church. I estimate especially the chosen examples without glossing the difficult facts.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good, but a few hiccups. 8. August 2013
Von Leigh - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Having found my way as a woman in ministry as a member of a conservative denomination, the issue of the biblical roles for women is one that is close to my heart. It's always refreshing when I come across someone with a perspective like Kris Vallotton's, who genuinely wants to see women set free to follow God's leadership in their lives. His new book, Fashioned to Reign, explores the biblical basis for empowering women to minister freely in the church. It's written in an approachable, easy to read style. Biblical exegesis is interwoven with profiles of powerful women leaders. There's much to like about this book, although I do have a few concerns.

The strongest section of this book--and the part I was most interested in-- were the chapters in which Vallotton deals with the "gotcha" passages like 1 Corinthians 14:34-35 and 1 Timothy 2:12-14. Generally his arguments are familiar to readers familiar with an egalitarian point of view. In a nutshell, he suggests that 1 Cor. 14:34-35 is a Corinthian question Paul quotes and then refutes. He also follows the line of argumentation that suggests the cultural background of Artemis worship underlined Paul's comments to Timothy in Ephesus. Vallotton reads the passage as a specific word to a specific church, not a prohibition against all women teaching all men for all time. I appreciated his observation that none of the New Testament churches actually had the whole New Testament. If that's the case and excluding women from eldership is such a key factor, why did Paul only restrict women's roles in three letters? Especially since, as Vallotton rightly points out, there is a long legacy of female leaders and prophets in the Old Testament that continues into the New Testament period. This section is well done, and I appreciate that it's written in a style easily accessible to a layperson--something you don't often find on this topic.

That said, I do have a few concerns that will affect how much I can recommend this book to others. Some of Vallotton's suggestions in the early chapters of this book went in my mental "that's interesting" box. I agree with his overall point that Satan has a special hatred of women, but suggesting that prior to the woman's creation the first man was some kind of androgynous creature with both male and female qualities? Equating Satan's prison of Sheol with the "empty and formless" earth? Really? Aside from the fact that I think he's out on left field on both points, if I gave this book to anyone not predisposed to agree with him I think they'd dismiss him as simply not serious based on those sections. I wish he hadn't gone out on a limb that takes away from the otherwise strong points in those opening chapters.

Additionally, there are some places where I think he gets some details wrong. Yes, Jewish women in the New Testament period did not have the rights and legal status of men. Yes, Jesus did a lot to raise the status of women--elevating them to the status of disciples and evangelists was revolutionary. He's right there. However, he muffs some of the details in making that point. For example, his assertion that since polygamy was legal, "most women shared their husbands with other wives." I don't believe this is accurate. While polygamy was practiced by the Jewish aristocracy and some minority groups, most Jewish men in the New Testament time period would not have had more than one wife. It's a minor detail, but since to the best of my knowledge he got that fact wrong, it makes me question some of the other historical details he cites. The number of Wikipedia citations in the footnotes doesn't do much to boost my confidence in the quality of his research.

The one that really got me was a throwaway line on Bathsheba: "She wanted Solomon to find someone who would not lie around sunbathing on the roof in sight of the palace, sipping suds from the champagne fountain, but who would contribute nobly to the family and to the kingdom." Let's just get this one thing straight: Bathsheba was not on the roof. David was on the roof and saw Bathsheba. The Bible doesn't say where she was. If David was on the roof of the palace looking down he could easily have seen into a window or an enclosed courtyard. The failure here was David's. In that time period, kings took what they wanted. You didn't say no to the king, and I don't know that it would even have occurred to Bathsheba that she could. Defying the king resulted in death. Can we please stop blaming Bathsheba for David's sin--especially in a book all about empowering women?

Okay, rant over. Here's the deal. I like the book. I think it's easy to read, and he argues many of his points well. Unfortunately, some of those off the wall suggestions make it difficult for me to recommend to the people that probably need to read it. I'm a member of a conservative denomination. I know many men--and a few women--who believe women should not preach or teach men. Truthfully, it's not that most of them hate women or want to oppress them. They have sincere biblical convictions based on how they understand Scripture. To change that, you have to be willing to open their minds to other legitimate interpretations. Unfortunately, suggestions like an androgynous Adam would be enough to stop them from hearing anything else this book has to say. I wish it wasn't so. Four stars.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a quality review. All thoughts and feelings expressed are my own. I did not promise a positive review.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Outstanding!!! 1. August 2013
Von Bill Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Kris did an amazing job addressing this sensitive subject. His research is thorough and inspiring. His insights are unique, while answering the frequent objections to this issue. At minimum, he will challenge your perspective. Ultimately readers will become a part of the answer. I really enjoyed this book.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent with a little funky thrown in 7. September 2013
Von Cynsability - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Really love most of this revelation of liberation Kris Valloton has shared. He lays out a great framework for a Spirit-inspired and location-specific understanding of the issue of women in the body of Christ. A hearty "Amen" to his willingness to leave behind the curse and press on to purpose!
I found a few things to be funky; I don't consider Wikipedia to be "real" sourcing - certainly wouldn't allow it is a high school paper, so he loses some scholarly credibility. I'm also trying to wrap my mind around his idea of an androgynous Adam and "wombman", and I'd hate that to become a focal point obscuring the greater message. I hope he doesn't lose too many with some of his more personal, esoteric takes on several issues.
That said, I love the call to be willing to look at things from God's point of view as opposed to generations of religious tradition and pre-Jesus context. "It was for freedom we were made free" - what will you do with your freedom. Well worth the read and invitation to a greater, fuller life!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Could be life changing 24. September 2013
Von David Price - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I choose to read this book because the topic is a 'hot potato' and I wanted to be challenged by a Kris as he has a ministry that I respect and have listened to for a few years.

Within my church context there is a high value placed on male headship. Women do lead and have leadership roles/titles in many other areas of our church life and occasionally preach but eldership which in our context is the most senior role is considered a male only role.

If you listen to Kris regularly or are aware of Bethel then some of his throw away comments, less thought out or researched points are easily glossed over which will allow you to enjoy both the heart and the spirit of this powerful book.

If your in a context like mine and have similar theological convictions to John Piper, Mark Discol and Wayne Grudem then you should read this book and allow the Holy Spirit to speak into your current way of thinking! He is the teacher of all truth. I might not agree with everything here but Kris really nailed the concept of co-reigning for me. My current theological box has been invaded by the Holy Spirit and He now doing a rewire. At this moment in time I'm encouraged to develop male headship that creates places for women to excel and be celebrated. I want to encourage women to stand side by side with men in the church for the glory of Jesus! Those with a complementarian theological stance should read this book with a posture to learn how to practice valuing womanhood as Kris describes it not a just being a homemaker.

Thanks Kris for an insightful book and I pray it starts the revolution your believing God for.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Women to Co-Reign? 28. August 2013
Von D. Gold - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Fashioned to Reign proposes a view of women that frees them to minister and lead in their respective communities and churches. Vallotton does a great job of addressing some of the more troublesome Scriptures which seem to contradict themselves. What is contextual? What is "for today?" How much authority should women have in leading and speaking out?

Vallotton sets out to truly free women from the current cultural mindset. In today's world, women are expected to lead like a man to be effective. But the author takes us on a journey to see how men and women can, and should co-lead (or co-reign) to be most effectual. This book is so jam packed with context and word study, analysis and history. Whether you agree with Vallotton's view or not, he certainly provides a well-researched point of view.

The most troublesome part of the book is set right from the beginning. Vallotton asks us to imagine with him what Eden was like. But part of his imagining is that woman was take out of man not just physically (in the rib), but emotionally and in her greatest essence. This leads him to the conclusion that Adam housed both strong male and female characteristics prior to Eve's creation. But upon her creation, those positive characteristics were separated, necessitating the co-reign of males and females. While I agree with the point his trying to make, the imagining is so "outside my box," I would hesitate to share this book with some people who man need to hear the main message.

Despite it's hiccups, Fashioned to Reign is written in an easily understood manner and addresses some key passages that are still troubling today. Once you get into the meat of this book, there is a lot to think on and process through. Whether you agree with it all, Vallotton does a wonderful job of paving the way for women to co-reign.

*Disclaimer: Chosen Books sent me a free copy of this book for review. All opinions are my own.
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