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In Is the Bible Sexist?, Donald Bloesch breaks through the ideological polarization on the issues of male and female relations, while offering an alternative that is grounded solidly in the heritage of biblical faith.
For more by Donald G. Bloesch, see Select Works of Donald G. Bloesch.
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A rich and sensitive critique of the feminist program for change . . . . His case against revising the traditional language about God and his presentation of a biblical alternative to both feminism and secular patriarchy are two real contributions of this work.
—Paul Vitz, associate professor of psychology, New York University
I am enthusiastic about this book: it is sane and sensitive to women’s concerns, as well as fair and faithful in theological orientation. It deserves the widest circulation.
—Bruce M. Metzger, professor of New Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
Donald G. Bloesch is professor of theology emeritus at Dubuque Theological Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa. Bloesch was educated at the University of Chicago, Oxford University, University of Tubingen, and Basel University, where he studied under Karl Barth.
He has written numerous books, including Faith and Its Counterfeits, Evangelical Theology in Transition, Essentials of Evangelical Theology, The Future of Evangelical Christianity, The Struggle of Prayer and Freedom for Obedience. He is also a past president of the Midwest Division of the American Theological Society.