Jesus and Women PB


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In Jesus and Women, Niamh Middleton combines insights from evolutionary biology, feminism and the #MeToo movement to highlight the revolutionary attitude of Jesus towards women. Her careful exegesis, comparing the treatment and depiction of women in the Old and New Testaments, illuminates the way forward for the treatment of women by Church and society. More importantly, however, it holds the potential to greatly enrich our understanding of Jesus divinity. Middletons bold approach encourages Christian women to reclaim their religion as a tool for empowerment, correcting the regressive course that Christianity has taken in this regard since Roman times. She also cites the remarkable life and untimely death of Western heroine Diana, Princess of Wales as an archetypal example of why Christianity must be reclaimed by its female members. Above all, she powerfully argues that while political feminism can tackle the symptoms of the perennial battle of the sexes, only a revolution of grace can bring about a full restoration of the harmony between the sexes described in Genesis.


Publisher - The Lutterworth Press

Language - English

Author(s) - Niamh M. Middleton


Published Date - April 28 2022

ISBN - 9780718895877

Dimesions - 23.4 x 15.6 x 1.1 cm

Page Count - 195

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