Dating usan christain women
This book gave me lots of feels, and made me think of things that I haven't thought in a long time.I am going to be speaking about religion/spirituality and my own thoughts on it.
For a while, Campbell diligently plays by the gender-restrictive rules.
Perhaps they were too personal to relate in the detail I craved.
Perhaps someone with a more religious background could have picked up more between the lines. But titles like this remind me to render them a bit less as caricature. This book gave me lots of feels, and made me think of things that I haven't thought in a long time.
Dating Jesus is a lovingly told tale of how one born-and-bred fundamentalist matured into a feminist while holding onto her sanity and sense of humor. Susan Campbell always chafed against the marginalized role of women in her church. She came to feminism fairly early in life, despite her religious background. Campbell works for the Hartford Courant and I would be curious to locate and read some of her columns..of them touching on areas of faith and spiritualism, although Campbell is no longer a church goer.
Fundamentalists scare..sorry to come off as flippant here..hell outta me. It is hard to put my finger on exactly why this book did not satisfy (me.) To be honest, I think I wanted a little more juice about her personal path from fundamentalism.