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The Customary Practice of Headcoverings

by Rev Greg L. Price

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Have you ever wondered whether or not women ought to cover their heads in the worship of God? Paul talks about it in 1 Corinthians. Should women wear headcoverings? Rev. Price's book is perhaps the definitive work on this subject. A must read for all families, leaders and women who desire to approach God rightly in worship, without submitting to man made rules.

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