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More research needed He touches on material that many people don't cite. However, he draws some wrong conclusions. For example, katastole' is mentioned to be attire, but ignores the possibility that it can conjure a particular type of attire to the mind. He states that dresses were not invented until later, but failed to note that they fit within a particular boundary or style of attire. Our use of the word dress can also mean attire in general but can also denote a certain type of attire meant for women. He also mentioned that the attire was let down, but failed to mention that pants are pulled up.
He correctly noted that noted the Jewish High Priest as wearing linen britches, but incorrectly state that only the priest wore them. It was only the high priest that was specifically required to wear them. The priest was also required to wear a bonnet, but that does not mean other men never wore one.
He correctly cited that certain women wore trousers in the ancient past. This is something feminist ignore when they make trousers a recent invention. However, he failed to state that most of these women wore them under other attire. Those only wearing trousers, ie. Celts, were considered barbarians by the Romans and others, and went back to dresses as Christianity influenced them.
Mr jones (6/28/2011)
from New Mexico
Great Sermon! Thank you for your factual unbiased presentation
Rev. Schwertley has been a guest preacher at over a dozen RPCNA and other reformed churches across the country. Pastor Schwertley has also been a featured speaker at The Puritan Project Conference in Brazil in June 2001, Greenville Seminary Worship Conference (Debate on Exclusive...