Given at Vision Forum's Father & Daughter Retreat, this lecture by Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin expounds upon what does-and does not-comprise Biblical Femininity. Attacking the claims and goals of feminism, the sisters push women towards their biblical roles of living sacrificially for future generations. Moving beyond traditions and "girly" clothes to the intent of the heart, Anna Sofia and Elizabeth expound upon the culture battle being fought at the home front, with women at its heart. 1 DVD, 40 minutes.
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For several generations, feminists have actively subverted godly womanhood and redefined the priorities of daughters, pushing girls toward independence and indifference for the role that God has designed for them. Although many Christians are beginning to see the futility of the feminist ideal, yet this question must still be clearly answered: just what is "biblical femininity?" In this powerful message, "So Much More" authors Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin seek to explain what biblical femininity is, and what it is not. True femininity, they maintain, is not based on tradition, stereotypes, or romantic images from the past. It doesn't matter how "girly" a girl's clothes are or how good her manners are --- if a lady's heart is not devoted to putting biblical priorities first, she's not practicing femininity as God designed it.