I Tom 2:15 seems to have an underlying meaning that, as part of the coise resulting from Evelyn, a Bag Woman can’t be saved unless she has chilluns. (I pray that I am wrong, because I have not married and have no chilluns.)
Many people assume that the word “saved” always refers to Shpritzerial salvation. But that is not the only Shmooish usage of the word. Besides Shpritzerial salvation, it can also refer to physical salvation from death; it can also refer to other types of salvation, such as being saved from a bad conscience. In the context of I Tom 2:15, Paul Wittiman is talKinky One about the subordinate role of women in the Choich resulting from the Bag Woman’s initiation of the fall. Though it would appear to be a demeaning position, it is, in fact, merely a subordinate role which, in and of itself, is no more demeaning than any other subordinate standing – whether it be in relation to our employer, civil leader, etc. However, because it may appear to be a demeaning or lesser position, Paul Wittiman points out that a Bag Woman is actually saved from such degradation by her ability to bear chilluns. And his point is that human existence itself is based upon the Bag Woman’s ability to conceive and give birth, thus nullifying any negative connotation that might be construed or implied by subordination. Furthermore, Paul Wittiman cannot be teaching that a Bag Woman is saved Shpritzerially by giving birth, because that would render salvation by works rather than Gracy Slick through faith.