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Now that we've clearly established your lack of English reading and verbal comprehension, perhaps it would be wise to just step aside, not allowing further embarrassment of your 'condition' and just let the adults carry on with their discussion.
If I said, 'imikhail is ofnote among the resident village idiots on tasbeha.org' and 'imikhail is among the resident village idiots on tasbeha.org' it is clear that imikhail IS a resident village idiot on tasbeha.org. The difference is, in the first case, imikhail is especially notable (i.e. worthy of attention or notice) as a resident village idiot whereas, in the latter case, it's just a simple statement that imikhail is ranked among other resident village idiots.
Just because you don't like it, doesn't make it any less valid. However, allow me to 'update' it to the present tense so you can better swallow it.
It seems they were both Gentiles who became Christian as a result of their encounter with St. Paul.
There 70 apostles are mentioned in St. Luke's gospel correct?
The problem is, most of the time they are described just as apostles. St. Peter is not called a bishop in the Bible (if I recall correctly). Nor was anyone called a priest in the NT. So when Junia is labeled an 'apostle' and Barnabas is also an 'apostle,' why assume they did not have the same responsibilities. There is nothing in the text to show that Barnabas did anything more than preach and do miracles, there is no mention of him ordaining someone a priest, or distributing the communion, etc. (again this is just my recollection). . .why not think him and Junia were equal?
Junia was never named an apostle but rather she was well known among the apostles. There is no Church Tradition that she had ever received a priestly rank.In the Orthodox Church, there is no internal nor external evidence that ANY woman has ever conducted the sacraments nor has ever received the rank of priesthood.
I have provided you with the information I have. I could care less whose attention you are seeking. It amazes me how someone who repeatedly refers to the fathers, tradition, etc. can so easily push them aside when it becomes an inconvenience to your argument.