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Eric Schumacher

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"This book is a beautiful depiction of the value and worth of women and the necessity of their giftings and leadership in the structure of a complementarian church body. For too long women have been looked down upon or sidelined by their church - but " Read more of this review »
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“We are saying that women -- as a sex -- are not more sinful than men. Women are not more deceivable than men. Women are not less intelligent than men. Women are not more prone to error than men. Women are not more dangerous than men. Women are not more arrogant or domineering than men. Women are not to be viewed with more suspicion than men. All women are born into sin, unrighteous by both nature and choice -- as are all men.”
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Worthy by Elyse M. Fitzpatrick
“every story of misogyny and abuse should be heard and taken to heart. The #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements have demonstrated in spades what many women already knew: Too many of us are not cherished or valued; too many of us wouldn't even know what that means. Instead, many have been disbelieved, denigrated, and dismissed, simply because we are women, and this has happened both historically and in today's churches as well. But merely understanding that the church has been dismissive, abusive, or even misogynistic will not help us... Instead, we need to affirm the positive stories and contributions of women -- not only as wives, mothers, and daughters, but primarily as God's image-bearers.”
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The White Thread by K.B. Hoyle
Worthy by Elyse M. Fitzpatrick
"This is the best Christian book I’ve read on women. It was written by a man and woman for men and women. It shows how God values women and demonstrates the worth of women.
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Karen Swallow Prior
“In all well-written books, there is much that is good which is not dazzling; and these shallow critics should be taught, that it is for the embellishment of the more tame and uninteresting parts of his work, that the judicious poet commonly reserves those flowers, whose beauty is defaced when they are plucked from the garland into which he had so skillfully woven them.”
Karen Swallow Prior, Fierce Convictions: The Extraordinary Life of Hannah More--Poet, Reformer, Abolitionist

Elyse M. Fitzpatrick
“Man and woman are designed to rule together. Exclusion of women is the opposite of God’s design. To exclude women is to exclude half of God’s creation means of ruling the earth. This means that we must include and celebrate the influence and presence of women in all realms of life. Women should be sought after and encouraged, educated and equipped, taught, learned with and learned from, celebrated and needed as essential partners in a shared task.”
Elyse Fitzpatrick and Eic Schumacher, Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women

Elyse M. Fitzpatrick
“every story of misogyny and abuse should be heard and taken to heart. The #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements have demonstrated in spades what many women already knew: Too many of us are not cherished or valued; too many of us wouldn't even know what that means. Instead, many have been disbelieved, denigrated, and dismissed, simply because we are women, and this has happened both historically and in today's churches as well. But merely understanding that the church has been dismissive, abusive, or even misogynistic will not help us... Instead, we need to affirm the positive stories and contributions of women -- not only as wives, mothers, and daughters, but primarily as God's image-bearers.”
Elyse Fitzpatrick and Eic Schumacher, Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women

“We are saying that women -- as a sex -- are not more sinful than men. Women are not more deceivable than men. Women are not less intelligent than men. Women are not more prone to error than men. Women are not more dangerous than men. Women are not more arrogant or domineering than men. Women are not to be viewed with more suspicion than men. All women are born into sin, unrighteous by both nature and choice -- as are all men.”
Eric Schumacher, Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women

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