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Well I am thinking this leaves other religions in the dark ages now. As the majority of religions do not allow spiritual leaders to be female . Now women have equality what will other religions make of this and is it a step into a right direction?
"The Church of England has finally agreed that women may become bishops next year, breaking with nearly 2,000 years of tradition and ending 20 years of bitter compromises since women were allowed to become priests in 1994."
Any thoughts on this
originally posted by: boymonkey74
Evolve or die a very simple rule for everything including religion.
I mean where are the Odin followers (If some very few).
Hate religion but If it was for equality I would be more favourable towards the good it can do.
Next step gay Bishops.
I expect this will be heavily condemned by other denominations within Christianity then.
And the current head of the Episcopals is a female Bishop.