Have you ever thought that the Bible was anti-women?
Did the Apostle Paul really say ‘Women should remain silent in the Churches’,
‘A woman should learn in silence with all submission’, and ‘It is good for a man not to marry’?
Did the Apostle Peter really say that ‘the wife is the weaker partner’?
Is it possible that their views on women were actually very affirming, and in complete agreement with the very positive way that Christ related to women?
This book exposes two thousand years of myth and mistranslation concerning the status of women in the New Testament.
It is a must-read for every Christian woman.
In ‘The New Testament On Women – The Scripture Unveiled’ Dr Bradford explores key passages in the New Testament that
deal with the position and role of women, which have frequently been mistranslated, misrepresented and misunderstood. This
subject has engaged both the Church and individual Christians through the ages, perhaps never more so than in our present
climate of equality.
He writes in an accessible and informative style, giving a solid Biblical foundation, and offering
refreshing light in a debate that has often become polarised. This book will be a useful resource for both pastors and preachers
as well as providing a helpful insight into the subject for the ordinary Christian reader.
(Mr MJ Leader. Greenwich Borough Dean)
You can purchase a copy of the book at www.amazon.co.uk.