This book, from the Christian perspective, attempts to point out the inequalities that Christians have put on themselves, especially with respect to that of men and women. Jesus treated women equal to men. We should. This book gives foundation, understanding and, application for us from bible, even in this twenty-first century.

The Samaritan Woman You Never Knew

Equality is an elusive concept most of the time. Whether it’s racial, ethnic, gender-related, or class-related, we’ve struggled to find anything that resembles the concept of equal. This book, from the Christian perspective, attempts to point out the inequalities that Christians have put on themselves, especially with respect to that of men and women.

Jesus treated women equal to men. We should. This book gives foundation, understanding, and application for us from the Bible, even in this twenty-first century. You will be equipped to stand scripturally on the foundation that Jesus laid. Four women from the New Testament have been misrepresented from a man’s point of view in a man’s world. We aim to change all that. The first is the woman at the well, the Samaritan Woman.

EXCERPT

We should take a second look at what we’ve been told and why.

If she was the town whore or prostitute, the whole town would have known. Jesus wouldn’t be thought a prophet for knowing that.

They followed her. They trusted her. The whole town dropped what they were doing because she said, “I have found the Messiah”

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