B 16 A Slippery Slope? The Ordination of Women and Homosexual Practice - a Case Study in Biblical Interpretation (2000)

Those who support the ordination of women are at times accused of starting down a slippery slope of setting aside the clear injunction of Scripture, a slope which ends with the acceptance of homosexual practice.

This clear and careful study shows the very different nature of the biblical material on the two issues, and the different results of applying consistent biblical principles. It offers a significant and eirenic contribution to both debates, as well as highlighting some important principles of interpretation.
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Author: Dick France

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