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The Woman's Bible


Originally published: New York: European Publishing Company, 1898.

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Overall customer rating: 5.000

The Spiritual Captive

by enolaable on May 4, 2007

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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