By David Cramer
I believe that it is inconsistent for one to be a strong complementarian and a Protestant at the same time. Complementarians often hold that, though women can be involved in various forms of ministry, they cannot become “ordained ministers.” But consider the following simple argument:
According to one of the fundamental tenets of Protestantism, the priesthood of all believers (hereafter, PAB):
(1) All baptized believers are ordained by God as priests.
From here the rest of the argument quickly follows:
(2) Some women are baptized believers.
(3) Some women are ordained by God as priests. Read More…