Gender: men, women, sex, and feminism /
Frederica Mathewes-Green.
Ben Lomond, CA : Conciliar Press, 2002.
184 p. ; 22 cm.
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Ben Lomond, CA : Conciliar Press, 2002.
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Frederica's books include Facing East; At the Corner of East and Now; and The Illumined Heart: The Ancient Path to Christian Transformation.
Provocative and thoughtful. Tackles controversial issues such as feminism, abortion, and other gender-related themes from a traditional Christian perspective.
"She doesn't sound like other writers because other writers have not lived her life, from countercultural unbelief to countercultural faith." Terry Mattingly, columnist
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"Is hell a male-only club?" Frederica asks this provocative question as she takes us on a journey through her early years as a feminist, her conversion to Christianity, and the realization that men and women are unique yet equal. She gives us glimpses into her meetings with prominent feminists, takes us through Crisis Pregnancy Centers and explores the provocative idea of early marriage as a way to mature and healthy adulthood. Sure to make you think and react, this is a great book to give to friends, for lively discussions on some of the most important issues facing us today. This excellent book is first in a four part series, which provides a selection of Frederica's best writings on contemporary issues relating to Gender, Culture, Ethics, and Faith. Her original and thoughtful insights are expressed in a style that is fresh, personal, and frequently humorous. She examines modern-day challenges from a perspective of ancient wisdom, as one who seeks to be deeply grounded in the faith of the early Christian Church.
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Frederica Mathewes-Green discusses cutting-edge issues such as feminism through the lens of the ancient church, with fresh insights and humor.

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