CHEXIT:- Staying, leaving or consecrating new bishops

May 18, 2017 by

by Gavin Ashenden: The Church Society, through its president Dr Gatiss, has offered an enthusiastic case for staying in the Church of England as opposed to leaving it. But the choices before us are less binary than that. Some have left already, but for those who stay, the terms on which they stay...

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CANA Bishop Says No to Women Priests at Diocesan Convention

May 9, 2017 by

by David Virtue, VOL: The Bishop of the Missionary Diocese of CANA East told some 250 delegates to his Synod 2017 that he will never ordain a woman to the priesthood based on his complementarian views regarding ordination. “I believe that the concept of male-female complementarity can be...

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Scripture, Authority, Inspiration and Culture

May 2, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: Some recent articles I did on the role of women in leadership (in the church and at home), and on head coverings, not surprisingly unleashed a torrent of heated debate. While such issues are certainly important, they are, in a sense, secondary matters, not...

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Our modern opinions are irrelevant. God’s Word is not up for a vote

Mar 17, 2017 by

by Matt Walsh, The Blaze: A new study has been released showing that a majority of Americans are in favor of female pastors and priests. Of course, this isn’t at all surprising. It’s been a while since Scripture has enjoyed popular support in this country. There are probably more Americans...

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Women Bishops And Bishop Philip North: What Does ‘Mutual Flourishing’ Actually Mean?

Mar 13, 2017 by

by Harry Farley, Christian Today: The Church of England is heading for ongoing clashes on women’s ordination after Philip North stepped down following a campaign against his promotion as Bishop of Sheffield. Martyn Percy, who led the calls for him to withdraw, has hinted he will continue to...

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New Study Reveals What Americans Think of Women Pastors

Mar 13, 2017 by

by Anugrah Kumar , Christian Post: A newly released report by Barna Group reveals that evangelicals in the United States find it more difficult to embrace the presence of female leadership in the Christian ministry than other Protestants and Catholics do. Only 39 percent of evangelicals, as...

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