Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary

27 Nov 2012

Women Bishops in the Anglican Church

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Recently the Anglican Church, the Church of England, rejected the consecration of women as bishops. Women have been allowed to become priests since 1994 and have been pushing to move up the ladder. Most believe it will happen eventually, and the recent vote rejecting women bishops was by a narrow margin. For an inside look at the situation, see this insightful article by Gerald Bray.

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