The world claims that Biblical Christianity, Biblical femininity, traditional social values and gender roles keep women from expressing themselves, reaching goals and achieving success.
However, what if women actually like how God has designed them and enjoy living out His will? It is our belief that countless women do, and that they need not be afraid of that. Instead they can enjoy and celebrate it.
That is the heart of biblical femininity, which is a far better alternative to feminism.
In this episode of The Greater Heritage podcast we compare what the world and God say about women’s purpose, and we present a new paradigm for feminism in which women love who God has created them to be, and seek to live out His will for them.
Ultimately, knowing Jesus and following Him are the only paths that lead to fulfillment in regards to one’s identity.
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Elizabeth Shewell West and Her Son, Raphael, c. 1770. by Benjamin West (American, 1738-1820). Oil on canvas. The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Charles W. Harkness Gift 1927.393