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The Battered Wife: How Christians Confront Family Violence (edition 1997)

by Nancy Nason-Clark (Author)

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Family life is often a place of violence, especially violence against women--in Christian homes as well as in secular ones. Nancy Nason-Clark's sociological investigations allow her to analyze this problem and to reveal how Christian communities respond to family violence in positive ways. She also to suggests how church and secular agencies can cooperate for even more effective action.… (more)
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Title:The Battered Wife: How Christians Confront Family Violence
Authors:Nancy Nason-Clark (Author)
Info:Westminster John Knox Press (1997), 208 pages
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Family life is often a place of violence, especially violence against women--in Christian homes as well as in secular ones. Nancy Nason-Clark's sociological investigations allow her to analyze this problem and to reveal how Christian communities respond to family violence in positive ways. She also to suggests how church and secular agencies can cooperate for even more effective action.

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