A Year of Biblical Womanhood – Rachel Held Evans on SBE
Erik Guzman December 7th, 2012
What is biblical womanhood? Is it having your rebellious children killed? That's prescribed in the Bible. What about polygamy, is that biblical womanhood? Or is it as simple as wearing head scarves and keeping quiet in church? How does one decide which rules to follow? Let's talk.
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Join Rachel Held Evans on Steve Brown Etc. as we talk with her about her new book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood: How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on Her Roof, Covering Her Head, and Calling Her Husband "Master". If nobody, men or women, can follow all the rules in the Bible, then what's it all about?
Rachel is a popular blogger, speaker and author of Evolving in Monkey Town. Christianity Today named her one of their top 50 women you should know, so get to know her at RachelHeldEvans.com.
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