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Women Beyond Belief: Discovering Life Without Religion Kindle Edition
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The result was this book, a compilation of essays by women atheists who each provide her personal take on how religion had affected them for the worse. They each try in their own way to show that religion oppresses women. The contributors are from all walks of the religious platform from secularists to Fundamentalist Christians, Catholics, to Mormons, Jews, Pentacostals, and Lutherans. They tell personal stories of how they grew up as atheists or how they grew up in religious families and then walked away from their religion.
The message from the contributors is simply that as long as women belong to the Abrahamic faith (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) they will never achieve the equality they seek in modern society. Garst provides her own piece in the Appendix to the book, entitled, ‘The Subordination of Women in the Judeo-Christian Tradition’.
The problem with this and many Pitchstone publications is the absence of an index.