Currently in my denomination, we practice male headship voting at congregational meetings. However, there is some opposition in my denomination to this as some would like to see women being allowed to vote, myself included. I have written in detail about this in relation to the RCUS position paper on the subject and have submitted to my church's spiritual counsel. They also agree with the position I've taken and my pastor and one of my elders is on a committee to study the issue. I've been "drafted" to assist in further study of the issue. Specifically, we are looking at the office of believer and how this relates to the roles of both men and women in the church. If some good reading materials come to mind on the subject, please inform me so that I can further study. Also, there seems to be a difference in how the Continental Reformed churches view church authority in relation to the "general office" in contrast to the churches of English/Scottish Presbyterian heritage. Insight and/or resources on this issue would also be helpful. Thanks in advance!