The Silent Queen – out today!

My new book, The Silent Queen: Why the Church Needs Women to Find their Voice, comes out today!

In The Silent Queen, I reveal God’s original plan for men and women to rule and reign in partnership. I show how God’s partnership plan runs like a golden thread throughout the tapestry of scripture, and I address those scriptures that have been misused to sabotage that plan.

Women have been told they are subordinate and men have been told they must rule alone, but that’s not what our Father said. In this book, I tackle the tough questions undermine our marriages, families, and churches:

  • Should women stay silent in church?
  • Can women teach, preach and pastor?
  • What did Jesus think about women in leadership?
  • Are wives helpmates?
  • Should women submit to male leaders?
  • Should wives submit to bad husbands?
  • Are women more easily deceived?
  • Is infidelity the only excuse for divorce?
  • And much more!

I’ve been working on this book for two years and I can’t wait to share it with you. Here is some of the feedback I have received so far:

“You better repent of your false teaching!”
“It’s clear from scripture that women can’t lead.”
“You are very wrong. Your writing is dangerous, brother.”

Apparently this is a dangerous book!

Full disclosure: this book challenges traditional (i.e., unbiblical) ideas we have about women and their place in the world. It draws a line between what God said and what man made up.

One of my favorite comments came from a (male) beta reader: “This book removed blinders I did not know I was wearing.” That is my story too. I did not know I had blind spots until God revealed them to me.

For the first time ever, I am releasing a new book in three formats:

1. Ebook: Kindle, Kobo, Google Play, PDF

2. Paperback: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository (free shipping)

3. Audiobook: Audible (coming soon), KoboBookbeatBookmate

Grab a copy of The Silent Queen for yourself and another for your pastor, mother, sister, daughter, son, and anyone else with a story or song to share.

Happy Christmas, and happy reading!

Paul

6 Comments on The Silent Queen – out today!

  1. Kevin Chayyim // December 9, 2020 at 7:55 pm // Reply

    I can’t wait to read it,we need this. Even when i read some articles on your website,i began to realise a lot i never taught of completely but i knew something was wrong. Male domination is not what God intended until after the fall of man. Good job Mr. Paul Ellis.

  2. Esterhuizen Esterhuizen // December 10, 2020 at 8:42 pm // Reply

    Sorry – don’t know where else to go …. Ordered the book the minute your mail hit my inbox, payment has already gone through on my bank statement, but I have not yet received any email to download the book. Is this just high volumes or maybe because I am in South Africa? Where can I find out? VERY excited about this book – have bought almost all of your previous efforts and can’t get enough of PURE GRACE! God Bless.

  3. Esterhuizen Esterhuizen // December 13, 2020 at 2:48 am // Reply

    SORTED! Thanks again for your LIFE SAVING MINISTRY — no pressure, but I can’t wait for your next book! Your love for God is contagious and EXCITING! A Very Merry Christmas to you and all your family. God Bless.

  4. amon viki zwane // December 24, 2020 at 9:48 am // Reply

    Good evening Paul, the truth of Christ Jesus liberates. I was looking at excerpt about “living a Christian life”. I m lunging for the complete book ‘ the gospel in ten words’. How do get hold of it? I’m a South African.

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