"Should Men Be Ordained: A Theological Challenge"

Title"Should Men Be Ordained: A Theological Challenge"
Year for Search1983
AuthorsEllwood, Gracia Fay
Secondary TitleDaughters of Sarah: The Magazine for Christian Feminists
Volume / Edition9.1
Pagination10-11
Date PublishedJanuary-February 1983
KeywordsFemale author
Annotation

Gender-role reversal. Men cannot be ordained because they hold and use power in non-Christian ways. In this version of Christianity the Apostles were women. The essay argues that men might slowly be considered for ordination.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in LDSF-3: Latter-Day Science Fiction. Ed. Benjamin Urrutia (Ludlow, MA: Parables, 1987), 129-31.

Holding Institutions

MoU-St

Author Note

Female author.

Full Text

1983 Ellwood, Gracia Fay. “Should Men Be Ordained: A Theological Challenge.” Daughters of Sarah: The Magazine for Christian Feminists 9.1 (January-February 1983): 10-11. Rpt. in LDSF-3: Latter-Day Science Fiction. Ed. Benjamin Urrutia (Ludlow, MA: Parables, 1987), 129-31. MoU-St

Gender-role reversal. Men cannot be ordained because they hold and use power in non-Christian ways. In this version of Christianity the Apostles were women. The essay argues that men might slowly be considered for ordination. Female author.