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Her Story: Women in Christian Tradition, Second Edition

Author: 
Barbara J. MacHaffie (Author)
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Description

An accessible, introductory text first published by Fortress Press in 1983, Her Story: Women in Christian History has sold over 30,000 copies of the first edition and has ably helped readers recover the oft-ignored or submerged stories of women in the Christian tradition, from biblical times to now.

Barbara MacHaffie, who wrote the brief history and compiled a lively anthology of companion primary readings, has revised and updated the text and readings. In this new edition, history and primary readings are combined and augmented with helpful pedagogical tools.

This new textbook, which offers sympathetic coverage of all Christian traditions, is supported by a dedicated companion website that includes chapter summaries, questions for discussion and web links that vividly bring the stories of women to life in portraits, artifacts, and other primary materials. For Study Guide and more see the Her Story website.

ISBN: 
9780800638269
Price: 
$44.00
Release date: 
February 16, 2006
Pages: 
400
Width: 
7
Height: 
9.25

Endorsements

"A fast-paced, readable introduction to the status of women in Christian history."
— Robert T. Handy, Emeritus, Union Theological Seminary

"The best collection of primary texts about women in Christianity available."
— Betty A. DeBerg, University of Northern Iowa

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  Introduction;   Adobe Acrobat Document
 
  Table of Contents;   Adobe Acrobat Document
 


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