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Re: Selma, Christian Faith Treats Women Well

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Submitted by AnnM (United States), Dec 5, 2005 at 16:05

It all goes back to the Gospel and how Jesus treated women, which showed his great love and respect for women. Even one of the Gospels, Luke is known as the women's gospel, because women had a big role in that gospel. Also the Christian scriptures speak of women's contributing roles in the early Church community. Also teaches about faithfulness between one man and one woman in the Bible.
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