Saving Women is a much-needed study of women’s contributions to the theology of evangelism. Through a careful consideration of the primary sources of six Protestant women ministering in America from 1800-1950, this historical and theological study demonstrates that these women combined verbal proclamation with other historic Christian practices in their roles as preacher, visitor, missionary, educator, activist, and reformer.
- Type: Book
Published Date: September 1, 2007
- Publisher: Baylor University
- Year: 2007