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No Time for Silence: Evangelical Women in Public Ministry Around the Turn of the Century

Author: Janette Hassey
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       NO TIME FOR SILENCE is a very well documented study of the advocacy of women ministries by evangelicals between 1880 and 1930. This book ought to sound the death knell for two myths that appear with astonishing regularity in the arguments of the opponents of women's ordination: (1) The myth that believers in biblical inerrancy are bound to dispute the legitimacy of women's ministries, or, vice versa, that supporters of such ministries are bound to reject the complete authority of the Bible. (2) The myth that the feminist movement among evangelicals is simply a misguided effort to emulate the secular feminism which has gained ground since the 1950's.


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