See the excellent article just released on the web today by Christianity Today senior associate editor Agnieszka Tennant entitled:
This is the most popular non-fiction book on the Christian Bestsellers List, September 2006. This is also a hugely popular book on Christian college campuses like Taylor University where I teach.
Tennant responds personally and thoughtfully to the stereotypical view of Christian femininity advocated by the authors. I hope many students will read this article and begin to think more critically about the book’s content.
I never like to be just negative without providing an alternative so here are . . .
Some books we should be buying for the women in our lives.
On becoming a thoughtful Christian female theologian:
On femininity by Van Leeuwen of Eastern University:
On the story of a woman with traditional views being inspired by the Bible:
On the journey of a woman searching the Scriptures:
On the biblical issues:
Biblical Equality: Complementarity Without Hierarchy
by Ronald W. Pierce (Editor), Rebecca Merrill Groothuis (Editor), Gordon D. Fee (Editor)
To be fair, see also the critique of this book at:
For parents by McMinn of Wheaton College:
On scholarship and women:
On struggles as a woman:
On femininity and spirituality: