When Dogmas Die: The Return of Biblical Equality
When theological beliefs remain unchallenged, false beliefs can still affect how we view each other even when modern research tells us otherwise. When Dogmas Die begins with a comprehensive look at Genesis 3:16 and the view that women are born inferior. Author Susanna Krizo presents a convincing argument that once you understand the original meaning of this verse, equality for women cannot be refuted. Thoroughly researched, and addressing every relevant verse in the Bible from a linguistic, historical, and practical perspective, When Dogmas Die is a must-read for anyone interested in biblical equality.
About the Author
Susanna Krizo was born in Sweden and raised in Finland. She has traveled throughout the world and now lives in the United States. A student of the Bible for more than twenty years, Krizo has done intensive study into the issue of equality, including research into the Early Church Fathers collection, gnosticism, feminism, American history, church history, and Greek philosophy. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband and son.
Publisher: Creation House; 1st edition (January 31, 2009)
Hardcover: 288 pages
Item Weight: 1.25 pounds
Dimensions: 6 x 1.12 x 9 inches