Arianism taught that God the Father was inherently unknowable even by the Logos. This has nothing to do with the question whether God has a right to call women to be presbyters. In the early 1980s I went looking for the arguments in favor of the proposition that God has no right to call women to be presbyters. The best argument I could find was some gobbledygook about a "male principle". It sounded heathenish to my ears. "If this is the best they can do" I said to myself, "then they have no case at all, and God has the right to call any of the baptized to be presbyters."