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"A bitter-sweet cocktail of wisdom and absurdity that will charm you, entertain you, seduce you and, finally, instruct you! A Year of Biblical Womanhood is funny, droll, charming, and deadly serious, all in one set of covers." -Phyllis Tickle
"A Year of Biblical Womanhood will instruct as it delights, and delight as it instructs. Of course it's about womanhood, an incredibly important subject for 100% of the population. But it's about a lot more too - how we read and interpret the Bible, for starters, and how we - both men and women - grapple with issues like justice, charity, silence, and grace in today's frenetic world. On top of that, Rachel is such a gifted writer ... you'll be warmed by her good sense, good humor, and keen eye for beauty and insight on every page." -Brian D. McLaren
"Rachel Held Evans is my kind of woman, Christian, and writer. She cares too much about the Bible to read what it says without wrestling with what it means. Rachel's new book is full of humor, humility, and truth." -Glennon Doyle Melton
Rachel Held Evans is a New York Times bestselling author who has been featured by many national media outlets including NPR, Slate, BBC, The Washington Post, NBC's Today show, People, and The Atlantic. Find out more at rachelheldevans.com
I learned a lot from this book, but I really felt like it was pulling me away from my faith. I did not feel closer to God, while I was reading it. It was weird... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Seana
Easy to read. Well researched bible topics. Loved the book and heartily recommend it. I especially liked the short biographies of women in the Bible.Published 24 days ago by Kristofor
Sorry, but I am not one to be submissive. I am about partnerships. This book is about a liberal woman whom, for one year follows the literal bible expectations of a woman. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pamela Castillo
I enjoyed the parts where Rachel talked about the her experience in the experiment. It was fascinating to learn some of the history and I especially liked her personal story from... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mandy McDevitt
Always wonderful to read another perspective of God + women.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Wondered why my loving niece sent me this book -- did she think I need to work on my spiritual life? But, no -- it's not a self-help guide at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nancy
It was ok. i found it much less satisfying than A.J Jacobs "Year of Living Biblically" However, i also follow Ms. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Laurie Garramone
This was one of those books that was....exactly what you would think it would be. That isn't a bad thing...it just is what it is. Read morePublished 2 months ago by WestMetroMommy