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Contents page of 'Towards a New Theology of Ordination: Essays on the Ordination of Women'. Edited by Marianne H. Micks and Charles P.Price

Towards a New Theology of Ordination: Essays on the Ordination of Women

Edited by Marianne H. Micks and Charles P.Price, Virginia Theological Seminary,
Greeno, Hadden &Company Ltd. Somerville, Mass., 1976


Foreword - John M.Krumm
Introduction - Marianne H. Micks and Charles P.Price

Biblical Contributions

1. Pro and Con: The Ordination of Women in the New Testament Reginald H.Fuller 1
2. The Authority of the Ministry Frederick H.Borsch 12

An Historical Study

3. Women in the Early Church: A Problem of Perspective Lloyd G.Patterson 23

Theological Considerations

4. Christ, Revelation, and the Ordination of Women Arthur A.Vogel 42
5. Women, the Priesthood and Catholicism Urban T.Holmes 52
6. Ordination of Women to the Priesthood: Test Case for Anglican Authority James E.Griffiss 61
7. Patriarchy and the Ordination of Women Ruth Tiffany Barnhouse 71

An Ecumenical Position

8. Ordination of Women? - An Ecumenical Meditation and A Discussion Frans Jozef Van Beeck 90

The Canonical Situation

9. The Existing Canonical Authority for Women's Ordination Henry H.Rightor 101

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