That “mystique” thing

English: One of the symbols of German Women's ...

Years ago, there was something called the “feminine mystique,” based on the 1963 book by the same name written by feminist Betty Friedan who is widely credited with sparking the beginning of second-wave feminism in the United States  How did the ideas put forth in that book impact the church as we know it? Quite significantly.  It created a huge discontent in the roles of women, and so  we’ve “come a long way baby.” And we’ve bought into that culture that says we don’t have to submit to anyone or anything.

We are going to have a guest with us at the table name Susan Baganz, a novelist and women’s You can connect with Susan at her authors blog, SillyGoos.

In our Bible study segment, we are learning together in the Book of Habakkuk. Our Bible study teacher Connie Stampfl will be here at the Table with Lesson 13, titled, “Salvation of your people and your anointed,” so be sure to download the notes in our Bible study tab on the menu.

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