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For Men Only? Breaking a Two Thousand-year-old Tradition

Consecration of Barbara C. Harris as the first woman bishop of the Episcopal Church, U.S., met with strong opposition from some segments of the denomination. Citing tradition and Scripture as the basis for their negative stance, the opposers do not agree to “changing the 2,000- year tradition of ordaining only men to the priesthood and […]

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Deep spiritual apostasy?

The continuing controversy regarding the role of women in the life of the Church gives indication as to how far some have drifted from the New Testament pattern. To debate the right of women to serve as pastors, preachers, and evangelists is to ignore God’s revealed truth. A serious study of Scripture vindicates their right […]

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A Liberated Woman

The afterglow of the resurrection continues in the lives of spiritually liberated people. Christ’s triumph over death made possible the liberation of the human heart from the fear of dying. God has always been on the side of the oppressed and the down-trodden. Whether that be the condition of the Israelites in Egyptian bondage or […]

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