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Alice: "Men and women are completely of equal value. Their biological differences do not detract from that equal status."
Nancy: "Men and women are equally valued by God, but are assigned different roles."
Who do you agree with?
Finally, an open discussion of women's roles between two strong, intelligent Christian women. In a fun and unique way, Reconcilable Differences presents honest answers to the perplexing questions all women ask, such as, "What does submission mean?" "What's a woman's role inside the church?" and "Can a Christian be a feminist?"
By revealing to one another the fallacies in gender stereotypes, authors Nancy and Alice show that it is possible to live, love, and be at liberty to disagree without breaking the bond of unity in the body of our Lord Jesus Christ.
About the Author
Nancy Parker Brummett is a freelance writer and author whose conversational style and genuine concern for women are the hallmarks of her writing and speaking career. She has published three books with Cook Communications Ministries: Simply the Savior, on simplifying life from a Christian perspective; The Journey of Elisa, historical fiction for readers 8-12; and It Takes a Home, a guide to building a home that honors God and creates well-adjusted children immune to the destructive influences the village often promotes. Her next book, written with co-author Alice Scott-Ferguson, is titled Reconcilable Differences, Two Friends Debate God’s Roles for Women and will be released in Fall 2006.
Alice Scott-Ferguson is a freelance writer published quarterly in Life in the Son magazine, which has a worldwide distribution. She is a contributor to The Equalizer, the voice of the Pikes Peak Christians for Biblical Equality. She has authored Bible Studies and taught various Bible study classes in both churches and women's groups. A frequent conference speaker, she has taught many seminars and led women's retreats in the US and Europe-Women's Aglow, Homeschoolers Fellowship, MOPS. She lives in Arizona and recently celebrated her 45th wedding anniversary.