Faith and Feminism: Enemies or Partners for the Kingdom?

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Sarah Schwartz debunks the stereotypes surrounding feminism and offers a careful presentation of the biblical principles that feminism advocates. She explains the cultural problems that persist for women in America, including abuse, sexism, and lack of representation. Schwartz connects the work of valuing women with the ministry of Jesus.

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    2. Faith and Feminism: Enemies or Partners for the Kingdom?

    by Sarah Schwartz

    16:14 — April 4, 2014

    Faith and Feminism: Enemies or Partners for the Kingdom?

    Sarah Schwartz debunks the stereotypes surrounding feminism and offers a careful presentation of the biblical principles that feminism advocates. She explains the cultural problems that persist for...

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