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Is Leadership Male?

Paperback|Sep 1996
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This volume is a collection of interviews with some of the prominent ^Christian leaders in the UK. They answer questions frankly concerning ^their attitude towards women with special reference to women in leadership ^positions in the Church.


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This volume is a collection of interviews with some of the prominent ^Christian leaders in the UK. They answer questions frankly concerning ^their attitude towards women with special reference to women in leadership ^positions in the Church.
-Publisher

With Margaret Thatcher leading the Conservatives to a general election win ^in 1979, the UK saw the beginning of a new era in the position of women in ^key leadership roles. The defender of the faith for England, Scotland, ^Ireland and Wales is, of course, Queen Elizabeth II. In biblical history, ^the likes of Esther and Ruth have played major roles on the outcome of ^historic events.^In the last century, the Anabaptists, the Quakers, the Methodists and the ^Salvation Army all appointed women leaders. Many have led missionary ^societies both in the UK and in some of the most inhospitable places in ^the world.^But still the question of whether women should hold leadership positions ^within the Church is one that raises strong emotions.^Joan Martin has interviewed some of prominent Christian leaders of the UK. ^David Alton, Dave Bilbourgh, Steve Chalke, Gerald Coates, Joel Edwards, ^Roger Forster, Tony Highton, R.T. Kendal, Phil Mohabir, John Noble, Dave ^Tomlinson and Charles Whitehead answer questions frankly concerning their ^attitudes towards women with reference to women in leadership positions in ^the Church. Joan Martin is the author of "The Ladies Aren't for ^Silence".
-Publisher

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Joan Martin

Joan M. Martin is William W. Rankin Associate Professor of Christian Social Ethics at Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A

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