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To: Huber

"More to the point, Murphy noted that two viewpoints on women’s ordination are officially recognized by the Anglican Communion, of which AMiA claims to be a part, due to its link to Rwanda. To belong to that Communion “is to be in communion with those who are not of one mind on the issue of women’s ordination,” he said."

And over the past 30 years or so years we have seen how well that worked in ECUSA. Sheesh! Here they go down the same old road, what have they learned?


3 posted on 01/26/2007 4:31:51 AM PST by kalee (No burka for me....EVER!)
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To: kalee

There are a number of solidly Biblical female priests whom, as Rev'd Ellis Brust once put it, we do not want to leave behind in ECUSA. One of them is an associate pastor in my church.

I think a good path forward would be to allow women to function as deacons (nothing un-Biblical about that) and auxillary priests. Headship positions (bishops and rectors) would be reserved for men.


4 posted on 01/26/2007 4:51:36 AM PST by bobjam
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