|1. Introduction||Peter Moore||1|
|2. Some Basic Considerations||E.L.Mascall||9|
|3. The Role of Women in Judaism||Jonathan Sacks||27|
|4. The Bearing of Holy Scripture||Roger Beckwith||45|
|5. Christian Priesthood and Women||Louis Bouyer||63|
|6. Man, Woman, and the Priesthood of Christ||Kallistos Ware||68|
|7. Psychological aspects||Gilbert Russell & Margaret Dewey||91|
|8. The Body is the Book||Susannah Herzel||101|
|9. The Experience of the Church of Sweden||Bertile E. Gärtner and Carl Strandberg||123|
|10. A Fractured Church||Robert E. Terwilliger||134|
|11. Conclusion||Peter Moore||164|
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