Christian Women in Indonesia: A Narrative Study of Gender and Religion
Syracuse University Press, 2003 - 226 pagina's
This important book offers an edifying narrative of Indonesian women who find a new and powerful voice in the course of preparing to become Christian Pastors and theologians in their native land. By assuming roles of responsibility, these women stand ready to transform understandings of gender differences that have traditionally governed Indonesian culture, like the notion that women are an inferior sex and not suited to leadership. In a broader sense, they join a growing global course toward gender equality and the evolution of women's spirituality.
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The Challenge of University Life
Strategies of Resistance
Strategies of Growth
Introduction to Part