What Every Woman Should Know: A Journey of Liberty 

by Jori Sams 2012

What was God thinking when He made man and woman? Are they really created equal? Is the church today in divine and biblical order regarding equality?

Author Jori Sams has accomplished a remarkable feat in this eBook. With such eloquence and precision, she takes us on a necessary journey back to the beginning to unpack some of life’s most challenging questions for women, using Scripture to support her beliefs. See the effects of society on the role of women over the ages. Find hope and inspiration. The journey of discovery may surprise you and set you free.



Reviews

"Jori's book was a real eye opener for me! Reading my bible, I've always been plagued with so many questions about women and how they're treated and mentioned in the Bible. I was pleasantly surprised to not only find the answers to my questions through Jori's historical and biblical research, but overwhelmed by the feelings of thankfulness I experienced once I saw how much God has always protected women throughout history!" DebbieMcMullen, Blog Author of Debbie Jean's Reads

"You can see that the author has done a great deal of research and soulsearching for this book. She uses biblical verses to tell the reader what is in the Bible and then her interpretation of what she read...It is a wonderful book, very well written, and well worth the read..." Donna McBroom-Theriot, expert book blogger from My Life, One Story at a Time.

"I would recommend this book for a women's study group, as there are study questions and key points for study at the end of the book. As a former instructor, I also appreciate the bibliography at the end {perfect for people who like to do their own research or dig a little deeper}," Daenel T, expert book reviewer for Living Outside the Stacks.
RATING★★★★

"This is not a book to be read or taken lightly. This is one I want to sit down with; have highlighters at the ready, a notebook handy, multiple versions of the Bible and other study aids all at my side. This is not just a book, this is a work," Ashara.

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