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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
|Publication Date: 2017|
Womanhood Revisited: A Fresh Look At the Role of Women in SocietyAnne GrahamChristian Focus / 2002 / Trade Paperback$6.99 Retail:
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Popular national radio host Julie Roys rejects both fundamentalist caricature and feminist distortion to reveal Gods amazingly relevant and compelling vision for women, showing them how to redeem their feminine souls and become all God designed them to be.
Christian women today feel torn between the demands of motherhood, career, and ministryand by a church that gives them conflicting ideas of what it means to be a woman.
In Redeeming the Feminine Soul: Gods Surprising Vision for Womanhood, popular national radio host Julie Roys reveals the stunning truth that no one else is talking about: women are destroying themselves. Internalizing societys devaluation of the feminine, some women are killing their own natural impulses to pursue a feminist ideal that bears no relation to Gods good design. Other women struggle to conform to a fundamentalist, feminine caricature, which requires denying their full humanity and gifting.
Defying both feminists and fundamentalists, Julie Roys reveals Gods true, affirming, and compelling vision for women, showing them how to reclaim what is uniquely feminine, and become healthy, balanced women of God.
Julie Roys is host of Up for Debate, a popular talk show on the Moody Radio Network, which is carried on more than 140 stations, reaching a potential audience of more than 33 million listeners. A graduate of both Wheaton College and the prestigious Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, she is respected for her ability to tackle difficult conversations with both courage and fairness. Her work has appeared in World magazine, Christianity Today, and the Christian Post. She also is a sought-after speaker at mega-churches, conferences, and special events. Julie and her husband live in the Chicago area and have three children.