Eve's Eyes Paperback

Women Have Rights Because...

by September Summer;

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Eve's Eyes

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Another perspective: Biblical basis for the "God given" rights of women. For eons, we have felt the need to fight for our "rights"...many forms of protest from the housewife who burns the bread on purpose, to organized marches in front of legislative bodies. In some ways, I guess we can say, "We've come a long way, baby." It's one thing to claim we have "rights." It's a horse of another color, so to speak, to be absolutely confident in ourselves that it's true. Secondly, we have to be able to validate our claim. Metaphorically speaking, our petitions for "equal rights" have historically been "sneered at" by societies at large or we have simply been "arrested" - placed under home arrest, abused, denigrated or ignored. "Eve's Eyes" is about how we "see" ourselves and whether that view is based in truth; and it presents a frank view of a mindset of many "modern" women. It's time for women and men, alike, to have our vision adjusted to see just how phenomenal females actually are, and that we are, indeed, awesomely and wonderfully made.

Eve's Eyes by September Summer was published by Anointed Rose Press in March 2014. The ISBN for Eve's Eyes is 9780982684122.

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Details for Eve's Eyes

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherAnointed Rose Press (March 2014)
Number of Pages224
Thickness12 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4279287
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