Affirming the Ministry of Women in the Lutheran Church of Australia

The Australian Lutheran Women’s Theological Academy

The Australian Lutheran Women’s Theological Academy brings together women theologians of the LCA.  It is not formally associated with the Women’s Ministry Network but there is a large cross-over of membership and we are pleased to host a listing of the publications of the Academy as part of this website.

As the website develops, Read More will take you to a listing of the published books and articles written by members of the academy, with links to those available on the web.

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The Authority of Scripture, Women’s Ordination and the Lutheran Church of Australia

Tanya Wittwer

[1] The Lutheran Church of Australia came into being in 1966 as the result of the union of two Synods, the ELCA and the UELCA. In 1951, as part of the long walk to union, the Joint Intersynodical Committees agreed upon a ten point document on Scripture and Inspiration which formed Section VIII of The Theses of Agreement, the document of union.

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