Tuesday, October 30, 2012

A Year of Biblical Womanhood by Rachel Held Evans

This is a quick, light, fun read.

And that is a double-edged sword:  on the one hand, this is a quirky, clever, sometimes funny examination of how biblical practices might translate into modern life.  On the other hand, it is shallow, scatter-shot, and sometimes random.  There are some interesting idea here, and you aren't going to feel bogged down by her presentation, but you are also probably going to be grumpy about how superficial it is.

Review copy provided by the publisher.

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