Overview of contemporary theologians
who reject Romes assessment that the issue has been decided infallibly
The post-scholastic theologians either ignored the question of women priests (as an issue they considered settled for good) or indulged in rabid misogyny. See the synopsis on how post-scholastic theologians judged women.
|Bulletin ET 8 (1997) 2, pp. 208-222||The Catholic Theological Society of America|
2 Dec 1995
|Nicholas Lash||Professor of divinity, Cambridge University, UK|
argument with Archbishop Bertone
|Emeritus professor Gregorian University Rome|
|Commonweal 26 Jan 1996||Elizabeth A. Johnson, C.S.J.||Professor of theology at Fordham University, New York|
v. 48 (1996)
|Gisbert Greshake||Professor of theology at the University of Freiburg, Germany|
|US Catholic April 1996||Ann O'Hara Graff||Professor of theology at Seattle University, Washington|
|In Frauen Ordination 1996||Peter Hünermann||Professor of theology at Tübingen University, Germany|
|Commonweal 9 Feb 1996||Sidney Cornelia Callahan||Pastoral theologian and author, USA|
|US Catholic April 1996||David Knight||Pastoral theologian and author, Memphis, USA|
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