The name of the second person greeted in Romans is given as IOYNIAN, Yet, a closer look reveals that “Junia” is a much likelier option than “Junias. So much can be gleaned from. Paul's text. It should be added that Andronicus is a well attested and quite common Greek male name, whereas Junias is not. The. Orthodox traditions hold that Junia and Andronicus of Pannonia traveled extensively and preached the Gospel to pagans, many of whom were converted to. Listen to So Much on Spotify. Junia Walker · Song · While complementarians now accept that Junia was female, apparently many are unable to intellectually support the notion that a woman could. in homes and that other women were clearly leaders in the churches (e.g., Prisca and Lydia), calling Junia an apostle seemed too much for the tradition. Keywords: Junia, Junias, Romans , female apostle, It is much more likely that what the original audience heard was an. Chrysostom, who I quote in the article, was not influenced by modern society, and yet he acknowledged Junia as an apostle. There are many godly. To many biblical scholars, there is a growing consensus that the “Junia”1 mentioned in Romans alongside Andronicus is the name of a woman; since. Thanks so much Tim! You can't know how encouraging it is to hear things like this from men, who sometimes have the luxury of not considering.