Ms. Understood: Rebuilding the Feminine Equation

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Throughout time, women have been identified in many conflicting ways. Sometimes goddesses, slaves, or seductresses, but always misunderstood?by themselves and others. Jen Hatmaker uses examples from the five women named in Jesus? lineage to help identify who a daughter of Christ is. From the woman who acted like a prostitute to the woman who was one, the widow to the adulteress to the mother, each has something to pass on. Tyndale House Publishers

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Overview

Throughout time, women have been identified in many conflicting ways. Sometimes goddesses, slaves, or seductresses, but always misunderstood—by themselves and others. Jen Hatmaker uses examples from the five women named in Jesus’ lineage to help identify who a daughter of Christ is. From the woman who acted like a prostitute to the woman who was one, the widow to the adulteress to the mother, each has something to pass on. Tyndale House Publishers

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781600062162
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/9/2008
  • Series: Real Life Stuff for Couples Series
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 288,367
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Jen Hatmaker is the author of the A Modern Girl’s Bible Study series and is a popular speaker at women’s retreats and conferences. She lives in Texas with her husband and three children. For more information, visit her website at www.jenhatmaker.com.

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Table of Contents


Acknowledgments     9
Introduction     11
The Irrational Equation of Femininity: You Think I'm What?     15
Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal: Doormats, Cavemen, and Other Dumb Ideas     31
The Art of Calculation: Why I Love Smart Girls     51
A Bunch of Reduced Fractions: Does God Use Only Whole Numbers?     67
Exponentiation: The Gospel of Jesus and Oprah     83
Incongruent Segments: When You Don't Match the Church Ladies Who Wear Pantyhose     101
Feminine Dimensions: When the Lantern Is Hanging Firmly Inside, Girl, Paint the House!     115
Painful Subtraction: Suffering, Loss, and Other Things That Make or Break Us     133
The Theory of Multiplication: Why Holler When You Can Purr?     147
Rounding Down: Why Thirty Is the New Fifty     165
We Are the Correct Answer: Permission to Be God's Favorite     183
Proofs and Statistics: How Sisters Are Changing the World     195
Notes     211
About the Author     217
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