Jonalyn Fincher





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It takes so much courage today to have a baby, to realize that as certain as ourDNA codes them for curly hair or lanky limbs, we code them to believelies.



Lies that we don’t realize are lies.



As surely as we seal new healthy habits into our children, we seal ingoofy ideas. Parentingis the predominantdelivery systemfor original sin (Do You Believe in Original Sin?). We spoon-feed the mythsto ou...

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Average rating: 3.81 · 354 ratings · 51 reviews · 6 distinct works · Similar authors
Ruby Slippers: How the Soul...

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“In 30 years Christians will have baptized their picture of Christ. He won't be a nice, banal, meek, and bearded man with softly permed hair. Instead, he will fill our imaginations more solidly, more invasively , more unexpectedly. Christ will become That Man who changes people, someone who jumps off a bumper sticker and mediocre praise songs and into lives.”
Jonalyn Fincher

“Roles lack two essential ingredients: flexibility and honesty. In trying to define natural femininity, it's really important that we don't make it a role; it must be about something we are, not merely what we act like.”
Jonalyn Fincher, Ruby Slippers: How the Soul of a Woman Brings Her Home

“So although in Genesis 2, ezer is often translated "helper" or "helpmeet," its meaning includes far more. Woman is Man's ezer- she is a delivering, warring, supporting, shielding, capable, and vibrant female image bearer of God.”
Jonalyn Fincher, Ruby Slippers: How the Soul of a Woman Brings Her Home



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