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By Leonie B. Liveris

This booklet explores the suffering genesis of a women's flow within the Orthodox Church during the ecumenical flow of the 20 th century at a time whilst militant conservatism is rising in Orthodox nations and fundamentalism within the diaspora. providing an figuring out of the participation of ladies within the Orthodox Church, fairly in the course of the fifty years of the club of the Orthodox church buildings on the planet Council of church buildings, this publication contributes to the continued debates and feminist research of women's participation, ministry and sexuality within the lifestyles and perform of the Church common. The publication unearths either the confident contributions to ecumenism and the problems confronting Orthodox girls wishing to take part extra absolutely within the management and ministry in their church.

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Later referred to as the Commission on Life and Work of Women in the Church. 2 28 Ancient Taboos and Gender Prejudice the government, the armies and private business. Most of the philanthropic work carried out by women for the Church was undertaken by those most likely to have a servant or servants in the home. These circumstances were not unlike the social position of women reformers and philanthropists in Britain and America in the nineteenth century. 5 In nearly all the churches women sat on one side, men on the other, and in village churches a curtain prevented any view of the other side.

Ten Portraits 1250–1500, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 3. , p. 2. , p. 9. 87 Herzel, A Voice for Women, p. 9. 22 Ancient Taboos and Gender Prejudice the women had the courage to say that the right place of women in the Church is a matter of grave moment and should be in the hearts and minds of all … that every member of the Church must be allotted his or her right work and right position of responsibility …88 Furthermore, from the Lausanne proceedings, the women had asked ‘that the gifts of women as well as men may be offered and used in full in the great task ahead …’89 It is of no surprise to feminists in the churches, still claiming ‘their right place to full participation in the church’ that the formal statement of courage from seven women would be the catalyst to much stronger and demanding words 60 years later from feminist theologians and historians in many member churches of the WCC.

Lev Zander, Autobiographical notes (in Russian), p. 55. 53 Women and Ecumenical Relationships 13 Women, Church and State – the Feminist Movement Many women advocates of an earlier ecumenical movement were activists for women’s suffrage, the right to work, marital equality and the right to education and were among the first women to challenge the Church and its discriminatory attitudes and practices towards women as they challenged the state. 58 During the nineteenth century the early waves of feminism came not only through activist secular women, but also from the evangelical feminism of Protestant women that emerged through radical acts for social and moral reforms.

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