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Women and God by Kathleen Nielson
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Women and God (edition 2018)

by Kathleen Nielson (Author)

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What does the Bible really say about women?Is God somewhat sexist?Is there a way to see what God says in this area not only as true, but also as beautiful?In this warm, conversational, sympathetic book, Kathleen Nielson asks the hard questions on this most emotive subject, showing how truth can not just be believed, but enjoyed. Women of all backgrounds, views, and ages will want to read this crucial book.… (more)
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Title:Women and God
Authors:Kathleen Nielson (Author)
Info:The Good Book Company (2018), 188 pages
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Women and God: Hard Questions, Beautiful Truth by Kathleen Nielson

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What does the Bible really say about women?Is God somewhat sexist?Is there a way to see what God says in this area not only as true, but also as beautiful?In this warm, conversational, sympathetic book, Kathleen Nielson asks the hard questions on this most emotive subject, showing how truth can not just be believed, but enjoyed. Women of all backgrounds, views, and ages will want to read this crucial book.

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