Comments: women bishops: a lot more information

No bishop-who-just-happens-to-have-two-X-chromosomes for at least *six years*, and this is thought (by the "Sky is falling!" crowd) to be *rushed*???

"It is the case that many supporters of women's ordination thought flying bishops would not work, and that like the non-jurors, the trads would die out. It hasn't happened, if anything they are stronger."

. . . just not in the Christian faith. >:-(


Posted by J. C. Fisher at Monday, 9 January 2006 at 11:57pm GMT

I'm quite happy with my lady Bishop, thank you!

- but then I'm from the Global North ;=)

Posted by Göran Koch-Swahne at Tuesday, 10 January 2006 at 6:34pm GMT

JC Fisher writes (of those opposed to the purported ordination of women): " . . just not in the Christian faith. >:-(" thereby unchurching the Holy Roman Church, the Orthodox Churches, the Copts....

Posted by Alan Harrison at Tuesday, 10 January 2006 at 8:42pm GMT

I don't "unchurch" anyone, Alan.

I merely question why *Anglicans* (who should know better) would be so weak in their faith---in the Christ in Whom "there is no male or female."

In *Christ's* Church (not JC Fisher's, nor A Harrison's), that women have been discerned to be *called by God* to holy orders, and then canonically ordained, is FACT: not something "purported".

More Light, Lord: grant us More Light!

Posted by J. C. Fisher at Wednesday, 11 January 2006 at 5:20am GMT

Goran, I didn't know that you had a lady bishop. Can you update us on which parish and diocese you serve now?

Posted by Peter at Wednesday, 11 January 2006 at 1:06pm GMT
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