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Published: Tuesday, Nov. 20 2012 12:00 a.m. MST

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JoeBlow
Far East USA, SC

A bunch of old guys making rules to insure that they keep the power and that they keep the control and that the money continues to roll in.

Is there an organized religion WITHOUT these themes?

BYU Papa
Cedar Hills, ut

The problem in most Churches is having a paid ministry. If everyone has work to do then there is less need to have one person in charge of everything. They need a program similar to Relief Society in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Also, Primary and Welfare. There is plenty of work to go around. Women have lots of opportunity to speak and teach and Lead. Of course No one gets paid for what they do. Also, the only person who knows the good they accomplish is Father in Heaven. However, you only get one pat on the back. If you get it here You may not get it there. Put your shoulder to the Wheel ladies.

Free Agency
Salt Lake City, UT

I don't think it's a good idea to try desperately to keep something together--in this case the Anglican Communion--when it's so clearly splitting apart.

I think it *should* split, into those who have a liberal view when it comes to gays and women in the clergy, and those who have a conservative view.

Such splits should be taken as a natural process leading to something greater--rather than a tragic breach. Life is creative and constantly evolving, not set in stone. So don't hold on to what can't be held onto, when life is pointing in a new direction.

wer
South Jordan, UT

When the women eventually get to be ordained, will they get the same salaries as the men?

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