Is the Bible a Woman's Enemy?

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Is the Bible a Woman's Enemy?
by Kwame A. Insaidoo Have you ever wondered why men occupy top positions everywhere you go? Have you wondered why there has never been a female pope, cardinal, archbishop, bishop, or Catholic priest? Have you wondered why America has never had a female president, vice-president, or a chief justice? Can you believe that maybe, just maybe, our Holy Bible could be responsible for this? Can you also believe that our Holy Bible condemns women to inferior status in the church, whose influence the secular society followed? I challenge you to read this book today and learn to your horror and amazement how our Holy Bible sanctioned rape and forced marriages against women. How the Bible condones incestuous relations, how the Bible even approves of polygamy, concubine, and adultery. Read it to find out how great biblical patriarchs like Abraham, Jacob, Esau, King David, King Solomon, and others had sexual liaisons with numerous wives, housemaids, and concubines. In these pages, you will find out how the Apostle Paul and his fellow evangelists institutionalized subordinated roles in the Church for women and maintained to this day. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Kwame A. Insaidoo was born in Ghana, West Africa. He received his early education from Presbyterian Missionaries Schools. While at the University of Ghana, he was awarded an International academic scholarship to attend Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri. In 1979, he graduated with a bachelors degree in Economics. Kwame attended graduate school at New York University, where he received his masters degree in 1988. Kwame and his family work and reside in New York City. (2006, paperback, 48 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.