I don’t think that most complementarian explanations of the “eternal subordination of the Son” are very good trinitarian theology.

Furthermore, I don’t think that such appeals to the Trinity mix very well with the “in persona Christi” argument against women’s ordination to the priesthood. (Women should submit to men, just like the Son submits to the Father. But they can’t represent Christ, because Jesus was a male?)

Finally, I don’t think that the “in persona Christi” argument is very Anglican. Aquinas, yes. But Anglican?

And yet, it seems like plenty of Anglicans who are against women’s ordination are comfortable with mixing appeals to the Trinity and appeals to “in persona Christi.”