The hair is not the only covering in 1 Corinthians 11
It is impossible for the covering that Paul is speaking about in 1 Corinthians 11 to be merely the woman’s hair. Verse 6 makes this reading incoherent, and verse 15 directly signals that it is wrong by using a different word for covering than the rest of the chapter.
Head coverings #1: the logic of glory and veiling
While head covering debates get mired in disagreement about cultural customs and what Paul meant about the angels, they ignore the central logic of 1 Corinthians 11—that only one glory should be on display in worship. Veiling still matters in the modern day because God’s glory still matters in worship—and that is what is at stake.
Has God predestined most people to hell?
Does the Bible imply that God is more glorified in his wrath and justice than his love and mercy?
Thorny problems with Calvinism #1: the pettiness of self-glorification
In which I ask how a God who seeks his own glory can be worthy of worship.
Is Roger Olson actually a Calvinist double agent?
It almost seems more plausible than thinking that such a theological lightweight could become so popular.