Ordaining Women

Ordaining Women

Culture and Conflict in Religious Organizations

Book - 1997
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Why does a denomination prohibiting women clergy support parishes run by women? Why does a denomination opt to ordain women when there are few women seeking to join that clergy? And why have some denominations ordained women so much earlier than others? In an examination of the complex relationship among religion, social forces, and organizational structure, this book draws examples and data from over 100 Christian denominations to explore the meaning of institutional rules about women's ordination.
Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press, c1997.
ISBN: 9780674641457
0674641450
Characteristics: x, 237 p. ;,22 cm.

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