Divine Law or Sexism?

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Women play key roles in religious communities but some faiths aren't comfortable letting them lead.

Rabbi Capers Funnye, Chief Rabbi of Beth Shalom Ethiopian Hebrew Congregation in Chicago; Bonnie Hunter, pastor of the Friendship Church Outreach Ministries in Capitol Heights, Maryland; and Precious Rasheeda Muhammad, a writer and lecturer on Islam in America, talk about women and faith.



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