Unformatted text preview: My question is, if women are the glory of man, and man is the glory of God, then by transitive property, wouldn’t women be made in the glory of God? This section also brings up that a woman is given long hair for a covering, as in a natural veil, and it would be disgraceful for her to cut it. Yet, man is forbidden to wear his hair long, as nature teaches us. This isn’t nature. It may be human nature and custom for men to have short hair, and women to have long hair because that’s what people typically do, but it’s not “natural”. In true, unaltered nature, both men and women’s hair continue to grow. It’s not like when a man’s hair reaches a certain length its ends fall off as to not grow any longer. Plus, unlike women, men grow facial hair, which seems more like a veil or covering to me than any amount of head hair. So, if anyone should be wearing head coverings, I think it should be men....
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- Spring '11
- Long hair, Facial hair, head coverings, Corinthians Chs