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Feminine By Design: The Twelve Pillars of Biblical Womanhood
Feminine By Design: The Twelve Pillars of Biblical Womanhood is written for teenage girls to help them understand biblical femininity. Here Scott Brown explores some of the major passages of scripture that explain it. You will find the biblical texts that he used to teach his own daughters as he sought to "bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord" (Ephesian ...more
Paperback, 85 pages
Published September 2008 by Merchant Adventurers
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This little book--almost more of a booklet--is quick, easy to read, and well worth reading. It's a very quick overview of twelve different aspects of womanhood as defined by Scripture, covering ground from the basics (made in the image of God, a member of the Church) to the distinctives (help-meet, mother). One of the things I really appreciated about this little book was how Mr Brown began with the aforementioned basics--woman as human, made in the image of God to enjoy and glorify Him--before ...more
This was a very encouraging, Biblical sound booklet. It is only 85 pages long, so I was able to read it in a single sitting, just under an hour long. Scott Brown tackled some of the big roles for young women and presented them with boldness and truth. This book showed me things I need to be preparing for when I am older and married, and showed a vivid picture of true Biblical femininity. I really enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it to every Christian young lady! It was very ...more
"I help people think through the two greatest institutions God has provided — the church and the family. I desire to learn what is pleasing to the Lord and to work for their continuous reformation according to Scripture." -Scott BrownMore about Scott T. Brown...