|1.||The Theological Case for Women's Ordination||Marianne H. Micks||2|
|2.||The Theological Case Against Women's Ordination||The Rt. Rev. Stanley Atkins||18|
|3.||Why I Believe I am Called to the Priesthood||The Rev. Suzanne R. Hiatt||30|
|4.||My Objections to Ordaining Women||The Rev. David R. Stuart (Pseud.)||44|
|5.||Why I Ordained a Woman in Philadelphia||The Rt. Rev. Daniel Corrigan||56|
|6.||Why I Will Not Ordain a Woman Until General Convention Authorizes Me||The Rt. Rev. Ned Cole||70|
|7.||The Witness and Experience of Other Churches|
|I. The Protestant Churches||James H. Smylie||82|
|II. The Swedish Lutheran Church||The Rev. Kerstin Berglund||102|
|III. The Roman Catholic Church||The Rev. George H. Tavard||112|
|IV. The Orthodox Churches||The Rev. John Meyendorff||128|
|8.||The Experience in Anglicanism||Hugh McCullum||136|
|9.|| Where Do We Go From Here:
Prospects for the 1976 Convention
|The Rev. Richard J. Anderson||154|
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