How does Jesus view women?

Matthew 28:1 – Now after the Sabbath, toward the dawn of the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to see the tomb. 

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Jesus was a revolutionary in His relationships with women. He was unafraid to break man-made cultural taboos, although He was careful never to transgress God’s law. 
Jesus talked with the woman at the well and the widow of Nain (Luke 7:12–13). 
He cast demons out of women and healed them (Matt. 9:20–22; Luke 8:40–56,13:10–17). 
He lifted up women as examples as He preached (Matt. 25:1–10; Luke 4:26, 18:1–5, 21:1–4), and He taught women along with men, a highly controversial act in that day (Luke 10:38–42, 23:27–31; John 20:10–18).
Jesus did not flinch when a sinful woman anointed Him and scandalized the religious guys who witnessed her devotion (Luke 7:36–50). 
Jesus was close friends with Mary and Martha, women He loved like sisters who had Him over to eat in their home (Luke 10:38–39). 
Women were among the most generous financial supporters of Jesus’ ministry (Luke 8:1–3). 
And women were granted the great honor of being the first to discover Jesus had risen (Matt. 28:1–10).
Read some of these verses to see Jesus’ true feelings about women.

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