Are you for female priests and bishops etc?

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Are you for female priests etc ….

  1. Yes

    50.0%
  2. No

    50.0%
  1. Nevis

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    Are you?
     
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    I voted yes
     
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    So did I but it will be much more interesting if voters actually justify their choice by giving their reasons for voting the way they have.

    I think women are equally representative members of the human race with men, when found to be worthy to offer praises to God on our behalf. Therefore, that are equally eligible to represent the congregation in its primary act of worship, giving thanks to God for our salvation, by the offering of Himself through the murder of Jesus Christ, thus atoning for the sins of the whole world and enabling reconciliation with us by God no longer holding our sins against us, and making available to us His Holy Spirit to be implored to guide and sanctify us and cleanse our consciences.
     
  4. Annie Grace

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    LOL - I wonder how long this topic will be open?
     
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    And the turmoil will continue.......:popcorn:
     
  6. Nevis

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    i agree
     
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    why?

    is it against any rule?
     
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    reasons can be given

    a poll also has its merits
     
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    a poll is no turmoil


    is this topic illegal here?
     
  10. Shane R

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    This is discussed approximately every 4 to 6 months. There are reams of material to pore over.
     
  11. Nevis

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    but no poll yet!

    a poll is new!


    my poll could show which side is the majority!
     
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    as i read, you all have argued 100000000000000000 times.


    but a poll is new!
     
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    I think the sample size will eliminate the possibility of that being representative of the opinion of The Anglican Communion. In view of the policies adopted by this website the result is most likely to be skewed.
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  14. Nevis

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    at least we will know about the majority here ….
     
  15. Nevis

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    and what is the policy of this website?
     
  16. Nevis

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    result so far ….



    3 yes

    2 no
     
  17. Nevis

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    it still is …
     
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    Terms of Service
    Terms for membership on this site.

    Section II. Rules on Religion
    4. Modern errors
    There shall be no statements to promote modern errors, such as gay "marriage" and women's ordination.
     
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    From discussion with Moderators I understand this rule was introduced some time ago due to the highly antagonistic discussions that were taking place and it was found necessary so that reasonable discussion on other topics could take place.
    So far I have found that reasonable discussion on these topics is not censored.
     
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    I think that no one really cares who or why they promote it or not. We are all very much into adulthood and have made our decisions and a poll is certainly not going to sway anyone from their beliefs and it avoids confrontation that is unneeded. Discussion is fine and the added controversy of having to support or substantiate their position via a poll is just not needed.