Feminism and Tradition deals head-on with the questions and challenges which feminism presents to the traditional Orthodox Faith, in a wa y which is irenic, straightforward, and comprehensive. It examines at length the scriptural foundation for the Church's Faith, as well as its elaboration by the Fathers, and goes on to offer a model and rationale for continuing to accept this traditional Faith in our modern age. The book defies the entrenched polarized positions of former debates, and bids us take another look at these controversial questions.
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