Papers from the Conference of Anglican Theologians on
the Ordination of Women to the Priesthood and Episcopate
The St. Luke's Journal of Theology, Special Issue, Sept. 1975
|The Bible and the Status of Women: Equality, subordination, Leadership||Joseph I. Hunt||164|
|The Failure of the Ante-Nicene Church to Ordain Women and its Significance for today||O.C.Edwards, Jr.||187|
|Priesthood and Sexuality in the Post-Nicene Fathers||Donald F. Winslow||214|
|"Christ my Mother": Feminine Naming and Metaphor||Eleanor McLaughlin||228|
|Some Traditional Objections to Women in the Priesthood and Episcopate||Stanley Atkins||249|
|A Dialogue Concerning the Ordination of Women||Linwood Urban||253|
|Patriarchy and the Ordination of Women||Ruth Tiffany Barnhouse||267|
|Symbol, Myth and Ritual: After Philadelphia||David H. Fisher||286|
|Chicago and Philadelphia: Moral and Theological Reflections||Robert J. Page||299|
|A Case for the Ordination of women||W.Taylor Stevenson||310|
|Theological Reasons Against the Ordination of women to the Priesthood and the Episcopate||Edwin G. Wappler||320|
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