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The Woman's Bible Paperback – June 8, 1993
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About the Author
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born in Johnstown, New York, in 1815. She lived in Boston, Seneca Falls, and New York City, where she died in 1902. Maureen Fitzgerald is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Arizona.
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Cady Stanton wrote The Woman's Bible as a commentary on the systematic oppression of women by the Church. She was not wrong, back then.
I'm just laughing at everyone who gave it one star, thinking this was a modern piece of work, or that this was actual religious text. Feminism isn't "taking over religion" or "corrupting society". This was written before the 19th Amendment. Good job sounding like you belong in the 1800s though.
IF you have an appreciation for historical feminism, or a great dislike for religion, you might enjoy it.
God's word is profitable for righteous living, even tho man thru the ages, distorted it for their means of controlling women!