The New Eve

Author: Robert Lewis
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 0805456856
Size: 31.98 MB
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The New Eve. Best-selling men’s ministry author Robert Lewis knows what you’re thinking: What’s a man doing writing a book about women? The answer is: because women strongly encouraged him to do so! Per their request, having seen so many positive changes in the men in their lives, The New Eve is an equally stirring counterpart to Robert’s teachings on authentic biblical manhood, powerfully defining Christian womanhood in the context of the modern world. He says, “Many women lack a clear, compelling, biblical vision for what it means to be a Christian woman living in the twenty-first century. They are stuck with images mired in 1950s terminology or given license to indiscrimi­nately pursue a modern life that overlooks divine directives, bringing confusion and regret.” In essence, The New Eve sets forth and expounds upon five “Bold Moves” for today’s discerning woman: Live from the Inside Out; Adopt a Biblical Definition of Womanhood; Embrace a Big-Picture Perspective on Life; Live with the End in Mind; Use Wisdom with a Man. Endorsements “I never thought a book written by a man could give me such an eye-opening picture of who I should be as a woman.” —Shaunti Feldhahn, bestselling author of For Women Only “Women today have unprecedented opportunities and possibilities before them, but this great new freedom also brings a new dilemma: how to make the best choices for their own good and that of their families. In The New Eve, Robert Lewis gives women of all ages a picture of what God intended for us from the beginning and a clear vision for how we make choices that liberate us to live with purposeful direction. No matter your stage in life, all women can benefit from his coaching. I highly recommend it.” ?? — Barbara Rainey, co-founder of FamilyLife “Robert Lewis sounds a much-needed message as he calls women to walk in the feminine freedom and fullness that result from embracing our core biblical callings. The New Eve dispels the current cultural fog regarding what it means to be a woman, by looking to God's design as revealed in the Scripture, for wisdom, insight, and direction." — Nancy Leigh DeMoss, author and host of Revive Our Hearts radio

The Passion Of New Eve

Author: Angela Carter
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 9780747515876
Size: 49.71 MB
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The Passion Of New Eve. This story follows Evelyn, a young Englishman, along a journey through mythology and sexuality. It is a story of how he learns to be a woman, first in the brutal hands of Zero, the ragtime Nietzsche, then through the ancient Tristessa, the beautiful ghost of Hollywood past.

New Eve And Old Adam

Author: Lawrence D. H.
ISBN: 9781536905137
Size: 45.74 MB
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New Eve And Old Adam. New Eve and Old Adam' was written by D H Lawrence in 1912. It was the seventeenth of his sixty-seven short stories, all of which will be published individually in ebook format by the Blackthorn Press. The story is largely autobiographical, telling the simple tale of an argument between a husband and wife, reflecting the difficult time Lawrence and his new wife Frieda were having as they struggled to set the rules for their own relationship. What was the place of a woman to be in a modern marriage? Lawrence argued that it was the woman's place to submit or unhappiness would ensue at it did in this story. The wife is unable to submit to her husband and the marriage disintegrates. This is not a popular view of marriage where a partnership of equals seems more acceptable.

The First Love Story

Author: Bruce Feiler
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698409957
Size: 50.89 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The First Love Story. From the New York Times bestselling author of Walking the Bible and Abraham comes a revelatory journey across four continents and 4,000 years exploring how Adam and Eve introduced the idea of love into the world, and how they continue to shape our deepest feelings about relationships, family, and togetherness. Since antiquity, one story has stood at the center of every conversation about men and women. One couple has been the battleground for human relationships and sexual identity. That couple is Adam and Eve. Yet instead of celebrating them, history has blamed them for bringing sin, deceit, and death into the world. In this fresh retelling of their story, New York Times columnist and PBS host Bruce Feiler travels from the Garden of Eden in Iraq to the Sistine Chapel in Rome, from John Milton’s London to Mae West’s Hollywood, discovering how Adam and Eve should be hailed as exemplars of a long-term, healthy, resilient relationship. At a time of discord and fear over the strength of our social fabric, Feiler shows how history’s first couple can again be role models for unity, forgiveness, and love. Containing all the humor, insight, and wisdom that have endeared Bruce Feiler to readers around the world, The First Love Story is an unforgettable journey that restores Adam and Eve to their rightful place as central figures in our culture's imagination and reminds us that even our most familiar stories still have the ability to surprise, inspire, and guide us today. From the Hardcover edition.

O Brave New Eve Genetic Fantasy

Author: Donald L. Kaufmann
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1483439976
Size: 15.41 MB
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O Brave New Eve Genetic Fantasy. This novel ironically explores the demise of maternal instinct through DNA-inspired altered human reproduction. Human birthing is spliced from the uterus and the maternal mind. Future Mother provides the egg and evolving biomedical engineering does the rest. A dramatic benefit of the process will be a permanent amnesia of the birth itself. No more nine-month discomfort, unsightly bulges, water retention, messy labor, or later responsibility because there is no memory of having given birth. Doctor Victor’s altered Eve can eat all the apples she wants. “Doctor Munch was much beloved. This she craved because she was a ‘born orphan,’ which was her quirky way of saying that her parentage was unknown. She had never forgotten being deprived of parental bonding and she had compensated by seeking love by giving it, openly and professionally. This was her work ethic and she gave herself to it, utterly.”