Women Bishops

The debate on whether to appoint women bishops returns to the Church of England's General Synod this month.

The parishes of the pretty Kent commuter town of Sevenoaks will send four delegates to the Synod, and Anglicans in the town hold a wide range of views on the women bishops issue.The debate on whether to appoint women bishops returns to the Church of England's General Synod this month. (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7866764.stm)

The parishes of the pretty Kent commuter town of Sevenoaks will send four delegates to the Synod, and Anglicans in the town hold a wide range of views on the women bishops issue.

Maybe more will come over to the Catholic Church. If they hadn't seperated from the Catholic Church then they wouldn't have this problem. After they seperated there became more and more splintered groups with anybody being able to set up a "church". I know one group that was set up by an ex-policeman - where is the 'authority' in that. In the Catholic Church the line of authority goes all the way back to Peter and Jesus himself.






http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7866764.stm

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