Lydia's Impatient Sisters
Westminster John Knox Press, 1995 M04 15 - 316 pages
Lydia's Impatient Sisters offers a social history of the everyday life of women, setting common experiences of labor, money, illness, and resistance in the context of the Roman imperial society.Luise Schottroff relates this history to important theological topics in New Testament, such as the revelation of God and the daily life of the church. Schottroff's work demonstrates how women were embedded in their social world.
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