First person:: Kevin Giles. Probably the best theological proponent of women having equal status in leadership in the Church. His book on Subordination within the Trinity is excellent. He also spoke recently at the Vineyard pastors get together in Melbourne.
Second Person:: Cheryl Catford. One of my lecturers a long time ago. I like what Zwartz used from her
Paradoxically, such churches often have glamorous women in the pulpit while at the same time teaching that women must be subordinate...I also like to see what Mark Driscolle is getting up to. He sort of represent the ultimate in muscle testosterone male. Zwartz quoted one of his well know quotes
'real men avoid the church because it projects a hippie queer Christ, whereas me want the "Ultimate fighting Jesus" '
By the way I don't agree with the above quote. Historically males have always been under represented in Church. I'm sure there is a much more complicated answer to this.
Personally I'm a bit over worrying if women should lead. Its an argument that long gone for me. I suspect most people think it strange that we can have equality where a female can lead the country, yet many in the Church are still having the argument about women in leadership.
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