Women pastors? : The ordination of women in biblical Lutheran perspective; a collection of essays
Contributor(s)Harrison, Matthew C.
KeywordsOrdination of women -- Lutheran Church
Ordination of women -- Biblical teaching
Pastoral theology -- Lutheran Church
Lutheran Church -- Clergy
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AbstractSection I: Exegetical studies -- The New Testament and the ordination of women / Henry P. Hamann -- Didaskalos / Bertil Gertner -- Corinthians 14:33b-38, 1 Timothy 2:11/14, and the ordination of women / Peter Kriewaldt -- "As in all the churches of the saints" : a text-critical study of I Corinthians 14:34,35 / David W. Bryce -- Ordained proclaimers or quiet learners? / Charles A. Gieschen -- The ordination of women : a twentieth-century gnostic heresy / Louis A. Brighton -- Section II: Historical Studies -- Women in the history of the church / William Weinrich -- Liberation theology in the leading ladies of feminist theology / Roland Ziegler -- Forty years of female pastors in Scandinavia / Fredrik Sidenvall -- Section III: Systematic theology -- Theses on the holy scriptures, the woman, and the office of the ministry / Bo Giertz -- The ministry and the ministry of women / Peter Brunner -- The ordination of women and the doctrine of the Trinity / John W. Kleinig -- May women be ordained as pastors / David P. Scaer -- The office of the pastor and the problem of the ordination of women pastors / David P. Scaer -- Ordination of women / Hermann Sasse -- The women's ordination debate in the Lutheran Church of Australia / Greg Lockwood -- The ordination of women into the office of the church / Reinhard Slenczka -- Section IV: Pastoral theology -- The validity of the churchly acts of ordained women / David P. Scaer -- Ministry and ordination / John W. Kleinig -- Gender considerations on the pastoral office / Robert Schaibley -- "It is not given to women to teach" : a lex in search of a ratio / William Weinrich -- How my mind has changed / Louis A. Smith