Esther Paperback

A Post-Feminist Icon in a Secular World

by Diane Tidball;

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Diane Tidball shows how Esther's example of humility and faithfulness to God makes her a fine example for today's post feminist world. In contrast with Queen Vashti, who stood up to a male dominated regime to the extent that a law had to be passed against her for fear that other women would do the same, Esther, through her faith, was able to achieve what she did without losing her vision of God or sense of humility, all this in a secular society in which the concept of God as we know it was unknown. Some Christians find themselves having to submit to social structures that are unjust and they choose to play along with that culture in order to achieve glory for God. Some Christians find themselves fighting social cultures because they are unjust and do so to achieve the glory of God. God can work through both situations. The challenge of this book is that you might prefer Vashti to Esther, the challenge of the Christian faith is that God's ways are not necessarily our ways. Includes Bible study questions to help group study in a fresh and challenging way.

Esther by Diane Tidball was published by Christian Focus Publications in March 2001 and is our 24395th best seller. The ISBN for Esther is 9781857926712.

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Details for Esther

Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherChristian Focus Publications (March 2001)
Number of Pages192
Thickness178 mm
Height182 mm
Width112 mm
Product Code32157
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