In "Ruby Slippers" Jonalyn Fincher makes the point that women can be both fully human and fully feminine. She asks the question "What exactly did Jesus redeem when he redeemed women?" Fincher points out that femininity runs deeper than aprons, frills, or romance. It begins with feminine souls who are living cameos of the triune God. Follow her as she goes step by step through what it means to be a woman and cultivate your soul. On this journey the roles you play will melt away into something like Dorothy's ruby slippers - the souls to walk with freedom and femininity.
In Ruby Slippers, Jonalyn Grace Fincher explores the essence of femininity. She examines what a soul is, what is meant by feminine, and how those two things unite into a picture of God on Earth that is both similar and distinctive from men.
Jonalyn Grace Fincher offers a distinctive voice as a female apologist. Holding a master's degree in philosophy of religion and ethics from Talbot School of Theology, as well as double bachelor's degrees in English and history from the University of Virginia, she is one half of Soulation (www.soulation.org), a husband/wife apologetics team. For the last three years Jonalyn has been lecturing, speaking and writing on how women are distinctly and fully made in Gods image. Her work has appeared in Radiant, Fullfill and UnChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity. She regularly updates her blog (www.jonalynfincher.com) sharing her insights about womanhood and the soul. Jonalyn and Dale love to take walks with their three Welsh Corgis in their new hometown of Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
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