"in Joel 2:28-29, god promises an innovation regarding how he will make his Spirit available in the last days ... god promises to give his Spirit and gifts without discrimination to both genders (“your sons and daughters,” and “both men and women”), young and old, from all walks of life, races, and social strata. in Acts 2:16-21, the apostle Peter quotes Joel 2:28-32 to assert that the equal filling of the Spirit for the 120 disciples (among whom were women, cf. Acts 1:14) was an element of the fulfillment of god’s promise through the prophet Joel. he also points out that, from then on, the pouring out of god’s Spirit on believers will be an ongoing process: “the promise is for you and your children and for all who are far off—for all whom the Lord our god will call” (Acts 2:39)."
"Spiritual Gifts, Pastoring, and Gender: an Ongoing Dialogue,"
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