Why I Don’t Believe in Female Pastors

February 24, 2014

Andreea Nica of Feminism and Religion doesn’t believe that women should be pastors in any dominant religious congregation. She doesn’t make this provocative assertion out of the any of the usual arguments about women not being qualified, but out of the belief that all dominant religions are founded on such strong patriarchal systems that women should be founding their own non-patriarchal systems instead of trying to squeeze themselves into those that exist. She argues that women need to remove themselves from the existing religious systems both as pastors and as attendees.

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posted by Kenetha Stanton

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