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Women and the Priesthood. by  Thomas. (editor) Hopko - Paperback - 1983 - from Pilgrim Reader Books - IOBA and Biblio.co.uk

Women and the Priesthood.

by Hopko, Thomas. (editor)

Condition: Very Good


Crestwood, New York.: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press.. Very Good. 1983. Softcover. 8vo - 21.5 x 14 cm.; 190 pp. Contents: "Introduction" by Alexander Shmemann, 1 - "Man, Woman and the Priesthood of Christ" by Bishop Kallistos Ware, 2 - "Women and the Priestly Office According to the Scriptures" by Georges Barrois, 3 - 'Presbytides or Female Presidents" by Nicholas Afanasiev, 4 - "The Characteristics and Nature of the Order of the Deaconess" by Kyriaki Karidoyenes FitzGerald, 5 - "On the Male Character of Christian Priesthood" by Thomas Hopko, 6 - "The Spirit of the Female Priesthood" by Deborah Belonick, 7 - "Women and Priesthood: Reflections on the Debate" by Thomas Hopko. The library markings, none of which are external, are a blacked out ownership name on the first page and pocket remnants on the verso of the last page and the paper is thinned where it was removed. .


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