Roy Bourgeois had been dismissed after a long dispute about his advocacy for women's ordination.
What does WO stand for?
WO stands for Women's Ordination
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- Wideout (US football)
- Wife Of
- Wilfully Obscure
- Willimantic Orchestra (Connecticut)
- Wimborne Orchestra (UK)
- Windham Orchestra (Brattleboro, VT)
- Wipe Out
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BOB PACER Delta, Ohio * As I was teaching a class for the Fort Worth, Texas, school of lay ministry recently, the question of women's ordination was raised.
This is a book of history, with implications for its readers about theology--but it is not about theology per se--and although Macy has personal opinions about women's ordination in the present, his presentation of the evidence has all the requisite scholarly detachment that should make it possible for individuals on all sides of the debate to use it as a starting point.
Not until 1970 did these two largest Lutheran church bodies in North America finally ratify women's ordination with Elizabeth Platz being the first woman ordained by the LCA in that same year.
Its editors, writers and supporters over the 30 years of publication have included a who's who of Catholic dissent in Canada, including former priests and nuns, educators, proponents of same-sex "marriage" and women's ordination, radical feminists, and eco-spiritualists.
org What I most enjoy about the site of the Women's Ordination Conference is its cartoon gallery.
1) In 1975 and 1978, the SBC attempted to formulate a policy about women's ordination and/or participation in leadership roles, but these failed.