New Release: Feminine Threads: Women in the Tapestry of Christian History by Diana Lynn Severance

Feminine Threads:  Women in the Tapestry of Christian History shares the stories of women who embraced the freedom and power of the Gospel in making their unique contributions to the unfolding of history. Wherever possible, the women here speak for themselves, from their letters, diaries or published works. Stories are ordered chronologically, beginning with women in the new testament era and early church and concluding with the stories of many dear saints who are with us yet today.  A suitable read for both men and women, readers will be challenged and inspired by the grace of God demonstrated in these true stories from Christian history.

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About the author:
Diana Lynn Severance (PhD, Rice University) is Director of the Dunham Bible Museum at Houston Baptist University and adjunct professor at Southwestern Baptist Seminary. She has been a frequent writer on Christian history and both a writer and consultant for Christian History Institute, which produces Christian history films and study material.

Praise for Feminine Threads: Women in the Tapestry of Christian History:

“ with lively prose and scholarly care she has given us an excellent overview of the various ways in which Christian women have sought to live for Christ.”
Michael A. G. Haykin
Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville, KY

“I recommend every woman read and study and keep within reach for reference and inspiration!” Dorothy Kelley Patterson
Professor of Theology in Women’s Studies
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Fort Worth, Texas

“Well researched and well written, this study of “feminine threads” in Christian history makes for a tapestry of inspiration and instruction for all who love the Lord and his church – men and women alike.”
Timothy George
Founding dean of Beeson Divinity School of Samford University
General editor of the Reformation Commentary on Scripture

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