An Unwashed Thumb In The Eye Of The Entire Church--Silver Spring SDA Church Ordains Woman

You want to participate in voting on Church decisions? Great. Then you must abide by the decisions. If you won’t abide by them, them you forfeit any right to vote in them, going forward.

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Is There a Connection? From Female Pastors To LGBT

When churches approve female pastors (using the argument of gender equality), are they more likely to affirm practicing LGBT persons, using similar arguments?

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Female Clergy As Agents Of Religious Change

In general, clergywomen are clearly changing the Church in a more liberal direction. They do it in various ways: they change the perception of faith and dogma, the policies of the church as well as daily practices in parishes.

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From Women's Ordination to LGBT Ordination

So why are we talking about this now?  It is because this particular story about the Church of England, illustrates that it will never end with the ordination of women.

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Beating A Dead Horse

The church needs to revisit the issues of male leadership in general and the ordination of women to local eldership positions specifically and make a definitive resolution on these issues. 

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Mid America Union Makes Plans to Ordain Women In The Near Future

That the motion “carried strongly” portends that the MAUC will soon press forward with their own ordinations of women, joining the rebellious Unions of Pacific and Columbia.

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George Knight's Conspiracy Theory (Part 2)

We are seeing the organized appearance of the non-biblical Post-Modernist Adventism, which is taking possession of the administration of several Divisions and Unions. It is not only WO or Homosexuality. It is a completely altered system of thought which operates not only outside biblical Adventism, but also outside of conservative biblical Protestantism.

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George Knight's Conspiracy Theory (Part 1)

One of the tenets of religious freedom is the freedom for religious organizations to maintain their unity, mission and values. The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a right to expect its adherents, who choose of their own free will to be members, to comply with the teachings and policies of the church family.

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