At the Eye of the Storm: Conflict Concerning the Ordination of Women Within the International Seventh-day Adventist Church

Introduction Early Seventh-day Adventism was highly sectarian, with high tension­ marking its relations with its surrounding sociocultural environment (Stark ­and Bainbridge 1985:23). This tension meant that it was less constrained by ­some prevailing social mores, especially when they would have hampered its­ mission. It felt a freedom to be different in certain areas. One of…… Continue reading At the Eye of the Storm: Conflict Concerning the Ordination of Women Within the International Seventh-day Adventist Church