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The ordination of women and inclusivity within the Church in Wales: theological and psychological considerations

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This study explored the hypothesis that clergywomen tend to hold a more inclusive attitude toward ministry than is the case among clergymen. The hypothesis was tested against data provided by 311 clergymen and 66 clergywomen, generated from a 66% response rate to a survey of all stipendiary parochial clergy in the Church in Wales concerning views on Christian initiation. The data confirmed the hypothesis across all five aspects of Christian initiation included in the questionnaire. This finding was employed to challenge recent theologically-informed claims denying consistent gender differences in approaches to ministry.

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2007-06-01
2015-08-05

Affiliations: 1: Welsh National Centre for Religious Education, University of Wales, Bangor

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