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Women in Christianity

 
Mini S. Johnson (Author)
Synopsis This book is an attempt to search out the positive elements of the biblical tradition, as far as women are concerned, to bring them together in one place; to quote them in full (unfortunately most hurried modern persons will not reach for a Bible and look up the chapter and verse references); and to provide a context and brief commentary that will lift up their significance and implications as far as woman, her relationship to herself, to man, and to god are concerned. The book is thought of primarily as a sort of Companion,: a vade mecum, which can be read in snippets as time and inclination allow, as one way for modern people to get into the riches of the biblical tradition and profit by its deeply human, and at times even surprisingly “feminist,” insights and values. However, this book is so designed that it can likewise be read in linger sitting so that an overview of developments can also be gained. Alternatively the book can also serve as a reference tool for those wanting to look up a “feminist” perception of certain passages or books.
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About the author

Mini S. Johnson

Mini S. Johnson was born in 1969 in Bangalore, Karnataka. She graduated from the University of California and then earned her M.A. and B.D. degrees at the San Francisco Theological Seminary. After serving as Executive Director of the National Council of Churches' department of the ministry, she is now general presbyter of the New York Presbytery. She has written articles on varied subjects for several religious periodicals.

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Bibliographic information

Title Women in Christianity
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8183240046
length vii+343p., Bibliography; Index; 22cm.