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LadyLike: Perspectives for Christian Woman

by Rebekah Curtis

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"I guarantee you will not be able to put this book down. Sisters Rosie and Rebekah write in a style crystal clear and magically engaging, all the while gleefully butchering sacred cultural cows, and serving up a feast of rich meaty delights for anyone, especially any Christian woman, who has found herself wresting with what it means to be a child of God in today's world. You're gonna love this book, even as its wit and brainy argumentation stretch you to new limits of genuine Christian faith, love and piety." --Rev. Matthew C. Harrison, President, The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
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Are you interested in understanding the wider culture and your place within God s plan for His people? Women are often greatly encouraged to learn that their driving desire to be a wife and mother is part of God s plan and not a symptom of latent patriarchalism or a sell-out of their emancipated sisters. This book surveys historical, sociological and scientific defense of women s roles. It investigates cultural clichés. And, most important, it explores the biblical perspective of God s planned order and how women are to function within it.

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