Church of England paves way for Women Bishops in 2014

LONDON (Reuters) – The Church of England’s governing body voted overwhelmingly in favor of female bishops on Wednesday, ending a 20-year impasse that could see women ordained as senior clergy by the end of 2014.

A vote on a package of measures to endorse women bishops was supported by 378 members of the General Synod while eight voted against and 25 abstained after months of behind-the-scenes talks to unite reformers and traditionalists…” read more

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2 Responses to Church of England paves way for Women Bishops in 2014

  1. Simon says:

    Unfortunately, I think this move will put the CoE outside the Tradition of the Church. I am no conservative, but I don’t think this is right.

    However, I hope conservative Evangelicals in America don’t jump up and down. Most of them don’t even believe in the threefold ministry of the Traditional Churches. Most of them also have their own substantial aberrant beliefs and practises.

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