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In the author's contribution to women's spirituality, readers re-discover women of faith from the New Testament, Old Testament, Christian tradition and modern times who have been forgotten, overlooked, or misinterpreted. In the author's contribution to women's spirituality, readers re-discover women of faith from the New Testament, Old Testament, Christian tradition and modern times who have been forgotten, overlooked, or misinterpreted.


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In the author's contribution to women's spirituality, readers re-discover women of faith from the New Testament, Old Testament, Christian tradition and modern times who have been forgotten, overlooked, or misinterpreted. In the author's contribution to women's spirituality, readers re-discover women of faith from the New Testament, Old Testament, Christian tradition and modern times who have been forgotten, overlooked, or misinterpreted.

5 review for Walking with Wisdom's Daughters: Twelve Celebrations and Stories of Women of Passion and Faith

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brooke

    Okay so I thought this would be 12 inspirational stories of women of faith. It is but the author has a definte agenda which was so obvious it was distracting. She is writing it from a feminist standpoint and believes that women are under-recognized in the Bible and in our faith in general. Its almost as if she is hoping to rewrite history from a different perspective. Now the stories themselves were interesting and I felt that I learned from them but like I said it was distracting to read from s Okay so I thought this would be 12 inspirational stories of women of faith. It is but the author has a definte agenda which was so obvious it was distracting. She is writing it from a feminist standpoint and believes that women are under-recognized in the Bible and in our faith in general. Its almost as if she is hoping to rewrite history from a different perspective. Now the stories themselves were interesting and I felt that I learned from them but like I said it was distracting to read from such a strong feminist perspective. Instead of just the facts of the women's life and the times in which they lived in it was busy telling you why that woman should have gotten more accolades. Each chapter also starts out with a scripted service that you can do if you are reading the book as a medium to large group. There were definite kernels of wisdom and interesting facts but I wouldn't recommend this book really. If you want to read a copy don't buy it call me and I'll give you mine.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mary

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    Vivian

  4. 4 out of 5

    Davionne

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

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