Seeking the Truth of Change in the Church: Reception, Communion and the Ordination of Women
This timely book, which arises out of consultations under the auspices of the Centre for the Study of the Christian Church, examines the Church of England's decision to ordain women to the priesthood and to make pastoral provision for those opposed. It attempts to discover and define the theological principles underlying both the ordination of women and the determination of the Church to maintain communion when these developments provoke fundamental disagreements.
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THE LANDSCAPE OF RECEPTION
RECEPTION AND COMMUNION
THE EPISCOPAL MINISTRY ACT OF SYNOD
COMMUNION AND THE KINGDOM OF
RECEPTION AND THE ACT OF SYNOD
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