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Lydia's impatient Sisters : A Feminist Social History of Early  Christianity by  Luise Schottroff - Paperback - 1995 - from C L Hawley and Biblio.co.uk

Lydia's impatient Sisters : A Feminist Social History of Early Christianity

by Schottroff, Luise

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London: SCM,. Paperback. 298pp. What did it meant for women to become Christian during the formative years of Christianity? What implications did this have for women in their relationships, in everyday life, and in their view of the future? A feminist re-assessment of women, though sociology and social history, in the first century of Christianity, the New Testament and the Early Church. Some uneven sunning especially to the spine. Very good copy. . Paperback. 1995.




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