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June 01, 2009


Rosie Ward

I am so pleased to see a book like this, as I am just trying to write something myself on the subject. I have heard so many stories recently of situations where women feel they are suffering discrimination because of the way men have chosen to act towards them - and yes, it seems it's nearly always that way round. A book which helps the church to find a way forward sounds like really good news. Re the issue of the roles of men and women I think this is also very important, and it's a shame the book does not tackle it - but try Carol E Becker's Becoming Colleagues. Written from a wider faith perspective but some perceptive comments on that area.

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