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What's wrong with women bishops?What's wrong with women bishops?

by Gerald Bray

Professor Gerald Bray outlines the case for and against allowing women into the episcopate, and shows clearly why this very recent innovation is not consonant with the Bible, theology, or church history.

Click here to download the lecture (or right click and "Save Target As" to download now and listen later.

It is about 9 MB in size and lasts 53 minutes.


Other articles by Gerald Bray on The Theologian include:

Can God Suffer?

Is there a Place for Reform in the Church of England?

Bishops, Presbyters, and Women

Tertullian and the Western Church (an audio lecture in mp3 format)

Two Testaments - One Bible

Gerald BrayAbout the Author

Gerald Bray is is Director of Research for the Latimer Trust, and Professor at Samford University, and Editor of the journal Churchman.

This talk was first given to a meeting of Reform London in June 2005.