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Anne Graham suggests it is time to revisit the perfection of creation where woman was created for and from man - equal in value yet different in purpose. This is a controversial book in the light of feminist teaching on the subjet. The author uses history, scripture and personal experience to make her case.
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 2002
|Dimensions: 8.31 X 5.33 X 0.75 (inches)|
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Why do so many full-time mothers and homemakers feel inferior to career women? Why do women feel they need to be more like men to be seen to be successful? Anne Graham suggests it is time to revisit the perfection of creation where woman was created for and from man - equal in value yet different in purpose, to live in co-operation and not competition.
This is a controversial book in the light of feminist teaching. Using history, scripture and personal experience to illustrate her points, Anne covers many women in the Bible and throughout history; the place of women in society, the family and the Church. She encourages women to enjoy their womanhood to the full!
"Anne traces God's intentions for women through Scripture, outlines the changing expectations of women through the course of history, and thus presents the present-day dilemma for women in its wider context. It is thus refreshing to be affirmed in our equality of value with men in God's sight, yet also in our unique and complementary differences."
"The question of how men and women should relate in the home, society and the church has been notoriously difficult to answer. Anne has some brave and refreshing things to say about how she understands what the Bible says. "Womanhood Revisited" deserves to be read by people on both 'sides' of the role of women debate. Even if you disagree with Anne's conclusions, it will make you think again about what you do believe."
"Anne has brought the roles of men and women under severe scrutiny as she examines the Word of God. Society, fashions and technology may change and advance, but God's Word remains relevant. Anne's efforts have been well worthwhile and will, I'm sure, be a challenge and encouragement to all who read it."