Resensi: Struggles for Women-Inclusive Leadership in Toraja Church in Indonesia and The Evangelical Church of Vietnam—Agency and Structural Change
This book addresses the problem of the unequal statuses of women and men in the church to which both sexes have responded over time. The title suggests that, structurally, women are not treated equally in at least two different Asian church contexts. Hence, deliberate efforts had to be accomplished in order for women’s position and equal status to be recognized in church circles, one in mainland Southeast Asia and another in insular Southeast Asia.
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