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A year of Biblical womanhood : how a liberated woman found herself sitting on her roof, covering her head, and calling her husband "master"

Author: Rachel Held Evans
Publisher: Nashville : Thomas Nelson, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The author spends a year exploring traditional Biblical roles for women, including such activities as interviewing a polygamist's wife, visiting an Amish school, abstaining from gossip, and corresponding with an Orthodox Jewish woman.
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Named Person: Rachel Held Evans
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rachel Held Evans
ISBN: 9781595553676 1595553673
OCLC Number: 779873116
Description: xxvi, 321 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: October: gentleness, girl gone mild --
November: domesticity, Martha, Martha --
December: obedience, my husband, my master --
January: valor, will the real Proverbs 31 woman please stand up? --
February: beauty, my breasts are like towers --
March: modesty, hula-hooping with the Amish --
April: purity, the worst time of the month to go camping --
May: fertility, quivers full of arrows and sippy cups --
June: submission, a disposition to yield --
July: justice, eat more guinea pig --
August: silence, I am woman, hear me no more --
September: grace, days of awe.
Responsibility: Rachel Held Evans.

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The author spends a year exploring traditional Biblical roles for women, including such activities as interviewing a polygamist's wife, visiting an Amish school, abstaining from gossip, and corresponding with an Orthodox Jewish woman.
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