Posts Tagged ‘head covering’
Were the prayers in I Corinthians 11 referring to praying in an unknown tongue?
Question: Good day, Regarding I Corinthians 11:3-16, where women commanded to cover their heads while praying and prophesying. Some argue that the prayer mentioned in that verse was a miraculous activity connected with prophecy. God talked to man through the Spirit. In I Corinthians 14:14, Paul mentioned praying with an unknown tongue. “For if I…Read More
I’m confused about whether to wear a head covering or not
Question: I did have a pressing concern, and I’m sorry if you’ve repeated yourself on this topic but it’s about head coverings. I’ve read multiple answers of yours to questions about this and I’ve looked at countless other resources as well and no matter what, I can’t seem to decide which is right. One way…Read More
Hiram Hutto’s article on the head covering makes a difficult subject easier to understand
Question: Good day brethren, I take this time only to congratulate you, especially brother Hiram O. Hutto, for the head-covering subject that is titled “Command or Custom?” That is a subject I always have difficulty with because of the different views and comments about it, but here, it is very well detailed. I hope that…Read More
Can you pray in your mind or with your head covered?
Question: Dear Jeffrey, I have a couple of questions about prayer. Is it OK to pray in your mind if you are someplace where it is not convenient to do so by speaking the words? Is it wrong to pray with a cap on your head (if you are a man)? Answer: When dedicating the…Read More
Without a doubt some of the best and most studied material I have ever read!
Question: Hi, I just wanted to send a quick email of appreciation. For years I have read articles on your website. Without a doubt some of the best and most studied material I have ever read! What a great treasure for the honest-heart searching for pure unbiased truth. The articles posted on your website have…Read More
Should it be “for a veil” or “instead of a veil” in I Corinthians 11:15?
Question: Thank you for all of your bible study lessons and for all of the hard work you do! Someone told me about the Greek Word: G473 Anti from I Corinthians 11:15 and said that the hair was given to a woman instead of the veil. Can you please explain to me if G473 anti means instead of or…Read More
Is the veil only for married women?
Question: Hello! I read your article about the wearing of the veil by women in the Church. I confess that I was very surprised because I always believed that it was merely a custom — a cultural issue — and that the hair itself was already the veil. But I was convinced by your interpretation…Read More
Why do Christians think they can sin and not go to hell?
Question: Hi sir, I am Muslim, and I have some questions. Please do not ignore them. In Pakistan, where I was brought up, I had a lot of Christian friends. I use to visit their homes and I always felt comfortable with them. I have been to their churches and always stared at the beautiful…Read More
The article “Command or Custom” is wonderful!
Question: Greetings! Thank you for this wonderful article! In my 2+ years of Internet research of I Corinthians 11, I must tell you this is the best article I have ever read that proves I Corinthians 11 is talking about a physical covering and not a woman’s hair as a covering and that it was not custom or cultural practice “back then” and that it…Read More
Is the head covering a local custom because it is only mentioned once?
Question: Do you have anything regarding women covering that addresses the notion that it is only mentioned once and therefore cannot be anything of importance since prayer is mentioned several times by the Christ and the apostles spent a lot of time on the subject, but Jesus never says anything about it – just a letter…Read More