Ministries Examined: Laity, Clergy, Women, and Bishops in a Time of Change download epub
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John Henry Paul Reumann, Religious studies educator. Ordained to ministry United Lutheran Church, 1950. Franklin Clark Fry fellow Lutheran Brotherhood, 1972-1973; fellow American Association Theological Seminaries, 1959-1960, Göttingen University, 1965-1966. Member of the United States Lutheran-Roman Catholic Dialogue, 1965-1995, 98-. Member Philadelphia Seminar Christian Origins (founder).
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The bishops who lead the Church of England are to include female clergy in their meetings for the first time. At least eight senior women clergy, such as deans and archdeacons, will participate as non-voting members of the House of Bishops. The move is in response to the defeat of attempts to create women bishops. Proposed legislation failed to win the backing of the Church's ruling general synod in November. Supporters of the change partly blamed the defeat on a failure by the House of Bishops to consult women clergy about the best way to draft the legislation to include exemptions for traditionalists who do not want to serve under women bishops.
The ordination of women in the Anglican Communion has been increasingly common in certain provinces since the 1970s
The ordination of women in the Anglican Communion has been increasingly common in certain provinces since the 1970s. Several provinces, however, and certain dioceses within otherwise ordaining provinces, continue to ordain only men. Disputes over the ordination of women have contributed to the establishment and growth of progressive tendencies, such the Anglican realignment and Continuing Anglican movements.
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