Rethinking Hypotasso

   By reason of the prefix "hypo," Christians are taught that hypotasso (the Greek word used to justify male leadership dogma) means "to be arrayed under"--i.e.. Because of this, women are commanded to submit to men by reason of gender alone. 

But this is not always the case. Hypo can also mean "over," as we see in 2 Corinthians 2:10-11.
   It is time to rethink the biblical usage and translation of hypotasso that results in women submission doctrine.

" To whom you forgive any thing I forgive also For if I forgave any thing to whom I forgave it for your sake's I forgave it in the person of Christ Lest Satan should get an advantage over (hypo) us For we are not ignorant of his devices"
 --2 Corinthians 2:10-11

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