In this Spanish manuscript, Parker follows misogyny from
Creation through various historical and cultural contexts, and relates it to
Christianity in the present day.
study concludes with a refreshing and hopeful proclamation: that the work on
Jesus Christ through his life, death and resurrection gives us the power to
break free of the chains of misogyny by offering a new way to find the harmony
that Christ came to restore in the relationship between man and woman,” said
Maurice Parker holds a doctorate in theology and has served for years on the
faculty of theology for the Assemblies of God of Spain, as well as other
educational institutions. He specializes
in the Old Testament and Exegesis. He is also the author of: Las
siete maneras en que el hombre murio [The Seven Ways that Man Died], ¿Es
“Nuestro” Evangelio “El” Evangelio? [Is “Our” Gospel “The” Gospel?], and Juan
Marcos [John Mark].
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