What Christian Women Want This Election Season: Your guide to the issues that matter this November
From the editors of Her.meneutics, Christianity Today’s blog for women, this eBook consists of essays, reports, interviews, and commentaries on how robust faith informs how Christian women think about the social issues of the day.
•Rachel Held Evans on why Christian women can opt out of the “war on women” and the Mommy Wars
•Karen Swallow Prior on the changing political scene at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University
•Insightful polling results about which social issues really matter the most to Christian women
•Revealing interviews with three Christian women in politics: Condoleezza Rice, Nikki Haley, and Michele Bachmann
This collection of works is an informative and inspiring read no matter what ballot you check in November!
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Why We Can All Opt Out of the War on Women - Rachel Held Evans
Chapter 2: What Do Evangelical Women Want This Election Season? + A Brief History of the Evangelical Women’s Vote - Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra and Elesha Coffman
Chapter 3: Health-Care Reform and the God of Salvation - Anna Broadway
Chapter 4: The Changing Political Scene at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University - Karen Swallow Prior
Chapter 5: How Sojourners’ Lisa Sharon Harper Avoids Political Idolatry - Alicia Cohn
Chapter 6: Why This Black Christian No Longer Toes the Democratic Party Line - Trillia Newbell
Chapter 7: Christian Women in Politics: Condoleezza Rice, Nikki Haley, and Michele Bachmann -Interviews by Sarah Pulliam Bailey
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