Since its emergence in the 1960s, the feminist movement has had a remarkable impact on our society. Whether they like it or not, most people must make some response to the ideas of the feminists—at home, at work, in education, in the church. Yet, amidst the conflicting messages of feminists and anti-feminists, and the array of new literature about women, many are unsure of where they stand.
Elaine Storkey, an evangelical Christian who is also a sociologist, philosopher, wife, and mother, has read widely in the literature of feminism. In this book she puts the complex landscape of the women's movement in perspective.