Do The Gospels Marginalize Women? — Rebecca McLaughlin

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People often assume that because the four biographies of Jesus were written by men, they marginalize women. But if you read through the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, you’ll find the opposite is true. The gospels don’t marginalize women. They invite us to look at Jesus through marginalized women’s eyes. Rebecca McLaughlin is the author of ‘Jesus Through the Eyes of Women,’ where she explores the life-changing accounts of women who met the Lord. By entering the stories of the named and unnamed women in the Gospels, this book gives readers a unique lens to see Jesus as these women did and marvel at how he loved them in return. Purchase book now: “In this mind-stimulating and soul-stirring book, Rebecca McLaughlin reveals that far from dismissing and devaluing women, early Christianity was countercultural for the common good. Indeed, it was propelled by women who were truly known and deeply loved. As we look through the eyes and lives of women in the Gospels, we can more clearly see Jesus in all of his resolute truth and radiant beauty.” —Julius J. Kim, president, The Gospel Coalition Subscribe to this channel:

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