N.T. Wright is egalitarian as long as ordaining women doesn’t result in schism. In a recent interview with The Church of Ireland Gazette he says:

…my own position is quite clear on this, that I have supported women Bishops in print and in person. I’ve spoken in Synod in favour of going that route, but I don’t think it’s something that ought to be done at the cost of a major division in the Church.

What do you think? Is the egalitarian position worth defending even if it results in division? Should egalitarians back down if complementarians threaten to split?

Read the rest of the article here.

Listen to the interview here.