There was quite a response to my recent blog post on women's ordination. It tends to be a controversial topic, even though I'm pretty sure that the Catholic Church is the only major Christian denomination in the United States which doesn't have female priests.
Since people are interested, I think I'll write a series of blog posts on it this week. Let's start with something simple.
Question: Are women different than men?
I'm interested in hearing what you readers think. Here are three answers I've heard:
1. Yes. Men and women are totally different. It is like men are from Mars, and women are from Venus. They have a hard time getting along and understanding each other.
2. No. Women and men are exactly the same.
3. Men and women are different, but they are mostly the same. Biology tells us this is true; men and women have 45 chromosomes in common, with 1 chromosome being different.