Thursday, April 21, 2016

the Accidental Feminist

the Accidental Feminist
Restoring Our Delight in God's Good Design
Courtney Reissig
 Not every woman considers herself a feminist. But the feminist movement has changed or influenced every one of us. Our culture and how we were raised play a large part in how we, as adults, view and interact with the world around us. The author, wife and mother, writes Biblical counsel for the women today as they encounter feminism and helps to answer the question about what it means to be a Christian woman in today's world. At the end of each chapter are some questions for further reflection.

The style of writing and many stories made this an easy book to read. The author liberally sprinkled scripture and illustrations to bring out her point. I enjoyed the book. And while I didn't agree with absolutely everything she said or some of the conclusions she came to, I did learn some things and the book gave me some concepts or thoughts to ponder. I would recommend this to any Christian woman who is struggling with where she fits in her role as wife, mother, Christian, etc.

I received this book free of charge from Crossway in exchange for my honest review.

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