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Women in Ministry: a Historical Perspective

The 1970s were a watershed decade in the transformation of Americans’ idea of what constitutes “women’s work.” The 1983 book, “Women of the Cloth: a New Opportunity for the Churches,” written by Jack Carroll, Barbara Hargrove, and Adair Lummis, examined the transformation of the 1970s that saw women become ordained clergy. Out of print, it remains a valuable historical analysis of the times, and is available at the Hartford Institute for Religion Research.

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Presbyterian Seminary is pleased to share W. Sibley Towner's Prayers that Sing & Stir the Heart

Study of the Torah   O God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob — for generations now, our ancestors in the faith have...

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