"Every once in a while as we turn the pages of [this] impressive book, there is the temptation to sigh and shout an enthusiastic 'Amen!'" -- Oakland Press"Every once in a while as we turn the pages of [this] impressive book, there is the temptation to sigh and shout an enthusiastic 'Amen!'" -- Oakland PressRead Less
New. 238 pages. (Vol. v. 2) Reprinted from 1895 edition. Smyth/Section Sewn, Hard-Cover. Exact/Strict reproduction of text, no changes has been made in respect to the original text. If the original book was printed in multiple volumes/bindings than this reprint is of only a single volume/binding. A lot of effort has been made to check and improve each page/scan manually for its quality of text and illustrations (if any, are in b/w). Folded illustrations, if any, are not included in the book. This is not a retyped or an ocr'd book. Index, contents, etc, if any in the original book, are included. This item is printed on demand using good quality natural shade paper.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton is a superior researcher and author. She, a ministers daughter, along with other educated women of her time, translated the Bible from the original. In her fact based book, she explores the perception of women as depicted in the Bible, male oriented beliefs, authored by men, expousing the place of women in our society and backed by God. She states how the Bible writers saw women, showed women, and kept women in a subordinate postion. Women were believed, backed by the Bible to be treaterous, deceivers second class citizens. The well written book by Ms. Stanton, shows the bias shown women and the religious background on wh ich mankind based their behaviors and beliefs.
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