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UPDATED: Seventh-Day Adventists vote against women’s ordination

UPDATE at 9:20 p.m. CT: The Seventh-Day Adventists have voted not to allow women to be ordained. From the Washington Post:

Although the vote at a major conference was one of the most watched in years by the denomination, its specific purpose and impact were not immediately clear.

Leaders from the denomination, based in Silver Spring, Md., set aside all of Wednesday for discussion, pleaded for unity and encouraged all delegates to vote their conscience. For hours, people went to the microphone […]

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