God's Word to Women, abridged by Katharine C. Bushnell
An alternate understanding of the role of women in the economy of God from a high view of scripture.
Bushnell makes a strong and unique case for women as called to a critically important roll in God's plan of salvation, beginning with his elaboration of the sexes to offer a lifeline to a stumbling Adam, through the fall of mankind and the promise to Eve of woman's exalted place as enemy of satan and forbear of the coming redeemer, through the weary ages as satan used every weapon at his disposal to batter and persecute her and finally to the great promises that have been hinted at throughout scripture, from Isaiah and Jeremiah through to John in Revelation, of the coming age when women will rise up to their high calling and bring to complete fulfillment the rest of the great promise in Eden and satan's head will be finally crushed.
Bushnell is committed to the inerrancy and sufficiency of scripture and her detailed exegesis and intensive studies of the original languages provide a compelling case for the picture she draws from God's word.
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- First submitted Jan. 3, 2011
- Last updated Jan. 3, 2011
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