Meredith Fraser has earned BA, BEd, and MPhil degrees. She teaches English and lives with her two sons on Australia’s Queensland coast. Her academic work reflects her interests in women, experiential religion, and personal holiness. She won an international award in 2003 as a most exciting female scholar when she published a thesis on domestic violence and pentecostal churches in Australia; Meredith was the first academic to posit the notion that complementarian theology is a recipe for abuse.
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Academic Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | July 31, 2019