Against (or Contra) Feminism by Joseph Keysor


Against (or Contra) Feminism by Joseph Keysor
Against Feminism: Paperback
Contra Feminism: Paperback
Against Feminism: 193683037X / 978-1936830374
Contra Feminism: 1936830051 / 978-1936830053
Print Length: 274/276 pages
Genre: Women’s Studies / Worship & Devotion

In Contra Feminism (or Against Feminism), Joseph Keysor argues from a distinctly Christian point of view that the Feminist revolution represents the wisdom of the world, and hence is inevitably contrary to many plain biblical teachings. This careful analysis of women in the Old and New Testaments reveals something very far from modern ideas of unisex and role reversal, first advocated by open opponents of Christianity. Feminists such as Mary Wollstonecraft, John Stuart Mill, Marx and Engels, Lenin and Trotsky, Betty Friedan – their and others’ teachings are studied and found to be very far from the cross and from the straight and narrow way of Jesus Christ. Keysor contends that Biblical Christianity offers women what the world does not see or know: forgiveness of sins; the Spirit of God; a constructive life of service to Christ (whether inside or outside of marriage); and eternal life in the kingdom of heaven. He says to those in the Church: “The world offers something very different – let’s not make the wrong choice.”