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Women and the Future of the Family (Kuyper Lecture Series)

by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0801063396, Paperback)

In the late twentieth century the status of women underwent a revolutionary change. While doors opened as never before, it came at a cost to the family.

Elizabeth Fox-Genovese explores how the drives for liberation and equality have affected the family and calls for a return to self sacrifice, gendered family roles, and a Christian understanding of sexual difference and human equality. Three respected evangelicals respond, offering varied perspectives on how a biblical understanding of family life informs the balance of individual rights and family responsibilities.

First delivered as the fourth Kuyper Lecture, this book contains responses from Stanley J. Grenz, Mardi Keyes, and Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen. A concluding essay by editors James W. Skillen and Michelle N. Voll lays out policy steps for protecting the family.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:33 -0400)

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