Tag: Ordination Of Women

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

The English House of Bishops have revealed the wording of their amendment to clause 5(1)c in the Women Bishops Legislation which caused so much fuss in Synod this summer. Out goes, the selection of male bishops or male priests the

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Double Standards?

Methinks John Richardson makes a marvellous point. Some would regard the termination of the period of reception by the fiat of Synod as a job well done. Others, however, would regard it as a betrayal, not least of the talk,

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Women Bishops Revision Committee

Over the past month or so since the publication of the interim recommendations of the revision committee there has been press release after blog post from the “inclusive” camp bemoaning the fact that the committee is recommending something that was

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Martin Warner becomes Bishop of Whitby

Just spotted the news that Canon Martin Warner, currently at St Paul’s Cathedral, is to become the next Bishop of Whitby. Fantastic news as Martin is one of the more prominent dissenters from the majority view on the ordination of

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Breaking – No Welsh Women Bishops

It will probably prompt a flurry of claims about my misogyny, but I am delighted that the Welsh Synod failed to pass a vote on allowing Women Bishops. The vote in favour in the House of Clergy was only 58.7%,

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