Using a variety of analytical and descriptive tools, this nondenominational, innovative, and solid approach to the Bible goes deeply into biblical text to uncover new insights about who God is. It provides a fresh and insightful way for women to read the Bible outside the patriarchal framework that has predominated, going beyond stereotypes and male-centered traditional teachings to illuminate how women can better relate both to the Bible and to God.
Lynne Bundesen (Santa Fe, NM) is the author of So the Woman Went Her Way (0-671-67702-0), selected as one of the 25 Best Books of the past 25 years by the Washington National Book Club in 2003. A former divinity school professor and Hearst Syndicate columnist, she is a three-time winner of the Religion in Media award.
Leader guide for eight-week small group study to help you deepen your understanding of Methodism’s core beliefs.
This We Believe: The Core of Wesleyan Faith and Practice by William H. Willimon