Does Christianity Squash Women?

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B&H Publishing Group, 2005 - 224 sider
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In Does Christianity Squash Women? Rebecca Jones takes a provocative look at how the Bible should inform the identity of a Christian woman and their choices about feminity. She examines the context in which women find themselves as the twenty-first century begins, and asks what Christianity offers to the women’s debate. How does the context of a Creator who establishes a "contract” with His creatures change the way we think about women? In order to understand, Jones looks at the development of women’s issues through the Bible and then thinks about the implications for present Christian living.

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Rebecca Jones is an historian and researcher of environmental history and the connections between human health and the environment. She has published on topics ranging from soil and organic farming to oral history and mental health and well-being and completed a PhD about Australian organic growing. She lectures in Health Ecology at Monash University.

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