While men made up the vast majority of preachers in the 19th century, today a growing number of women are also spreading the gospel. As a result of their formal education in theology and other fields of religious studies, many women now have the legal authority to construct churches and preach the Gospel.
The vast majority of Christians, however, do not follow the dress standard outlined in the Bible. On the contrary, most modern female preachers don't follow their advice about how to dress when they're in front of the congregation.
Deuteronomy 22:5 makes it clear that the LORD your God frowns upon cross-dressing. Males who dress as ladies and women who dress as men are included. Males are also not allowed to dress in a manner that is sexually suggestive of females. Even though the Bible makes it explicit that women shouldn't dress like males, we frequently encounter instances of this in the churches we visit.
Pants were originally designed for men, but as western culture spread, women began wearing them as well. Men nowadays don't go to churches and mosques to pray but to gawk at the scantily clad women who visit them.
Modest, tasteful, and acceptable clothing is encouraged for ladies (1 Timothy 2:9-10). Biblical doctrine suggests that a woman's clothing should reflect her emotional state. Provocative dress is a sign that something is amiss with a woman. According to Proverbs 31:25, "She is clad with power and dignity, and she smiles without fear of the future." The clothes a lady chooses to wear should boost her self-esteem.
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