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10 Lies the Church Tells Women
10 Lies the Church Tells Women by Lee Grady

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Author: Lee Grady
Format: Paperback
Length: 232 Pages
Published: 2006

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The gospel was never intended to restrain women from pursuing God or to prevent them from fulfilling their divine destiny. Religious and cultural traditions have limited and abused women for centuries. It is time for reformation! Using sound biblical scholarship, J. Lee Grady will help you understand how cultural bias, male pride, and misinterpretation of the Bible have paralyzed women who are called to do the work of Christ.

In this updated edition, you will discover:

  • Why Jesus went out of His way to minister to and disciple women
  • Why so many Christian women suffer in abusive marriages and why many pastors dont do anything about the problem
  • Why historic church leaders, including Martin Luther and John Calvin, believed women were inferior to men
  • How the Proverbs 31 woman has been misinterpreted to deny women opportunities in the workplace
  • How the apostle Paul, who told women in Corinth to be silent, also empowered many women to be church leaders
  • How the gospel of Jesus empowers women to claim their spiritual inheritance

Table of Contents




Lie 1: God created women as inferior beings, destined to serve their husbands

Lie 2: Women are not equipped to assume leadership roles in the church

Lie 3: Women must not teach or preach to men in a church setting

Lie 4: A woman should view her husband as the priest of the home

Lie 5: A man needs to cover a woman in her ministry activities

Lie 6: Women who exhibit strong leadership qualities pose a serious danger to the church

Lie 7: Women are more easily deceived than men

Lie 8: Women cant be fulfilled or spiritual effective without a husband and children

Lie 9: Women shouldnt work outside the home

Lie 10: Women must obediently submit to their husbands in all situations



About the Author

Award-winning journalist J. Lee Grady is an ordained minister, conference speaker, and editor of Charisma magazine. Lee directs the Mordecai Project, an international ministry that confronts the abuse of women and challenges the church to release women in ministry. Lee lives in the Orlando, Florida, are with his wife, Deborah, and their four daughters.