Christian, or Feminist?

At The Atlantic, Emma Green reviews Dianna E. Anderson’s book Damaged Goods, in which Anderson describes her seemingly paradoxical relationship with feminism and evangelicalism and attempts to reconcile the two. The dissociation in values between feminist and evangelical culture makes Anderson’s book inherently political in the era of the culture wars, Green argues, and yet neither feminism nor evangelicalism is a solely political affiliation. “In their own ways, both are orientations toward the world that provide people with guidance on how to be human, and how to treat other humans,” Green writes.

Read at The Atlantic

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