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The Way Home: Beyond Feminism, Back to Reality Paperback – March, 1985
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About the Author
Mary Pride entered the working world at age 15, as a bookkeeper. Paying her own way through college, she earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Master's degree in Computer Systems Engineering. Later, she studied theology at Covenant Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. Before she became a Christian in 1977, Mrs. Pride had been active as a radical feminist. From her experience as an insider at the very beginning of the modern feminist movement, she shares a clear assessment of the shortcomings of feminism, and emphasizes the need to develop a new vision of Christian womanhood which is deeply rooted in biblical truth. At the time of writing the original edition of The Way Home, Mrs. Pride and her husband had three children. Twenty-five years later, they have nine, all professing Christians. Their family business publishes a number of books, magazines, and websites devoted to reviving authentic Christian family life. --This text refers to the Kindle Edition edition.
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Christians do not need to submit to today's culture of moral, intellectual, and spiritual nihilism, of which modern feminism is an integral part. We have something better: God's plan for our lives, including our gender, as revealed in His Word.
This book seeks to apply biblical principles and common sense to many of the areas of life in which they are sadly lacking in our culture today. The provocative subtitle, "Beyond Feminism, Back to Reality," fits.
It probably is not for people who are not Christians and/or do not accept the authority of Scripture. It is intended primarily for Bible-believing Christians. But for those of us who do seek a biblical and historical perspective on many of the worst problems of our culture, this book will help provide one.
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