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Lies Women Believe: And the Truth that Sets Them Free (edició 2002)

de Nancy Leigh DeMoss (Autor)

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The lies Christian women believe are at the root of their struggles. In Lies Women Believe, Nancy Leigh DeMoss exposes areas of deception common to many Christian women -- lies about God, sin, priorities, marriage and family, emotions, and more. She deals honestly with women's delusions and illusions and then gently leads them to the truth of God's word that leads to true freedom.… (més)
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Títol:Lies Women Believe: And the Truth that Sets Them Free
Autors:Nancy Leigh DeMoss (Autor)
Informació:Moody Publishers (2006), Edition: Reissue, 288 pages
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Lies Women Believe: And the Truth that Sets Them Free de Nancy Leigh DeMoss

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  semoffat | Sep 1, 2021 |
I have mixed feelings about this book. Ms. DeMoss has a fair bit of wisdom about insidious lies that can infiltrate our thinking easily. I gained a lot from her reality checks about circumstances, time management, and the positive aspects of suffering.

That said, it's hard to stomach some of her bizarre views on feminism. It's weird to read such dismissive, ignorant words from a woman who is undeniably reaping huge benefits from a movement she despises. Feminism emancipated women - a moral victory on par with the abolition of slavery. That is a historical fact. Ms. DeMoss' slurs on this movement are too simplistic and uninformed to argue with, and I won't repeat them here.

Oh, and I also don't think the only way a woman can please God is to have as many children as her body will bear - eschewing all forms of birth control. Not only does the Bible not teach this sort of reckless reproductive abandon, it certainly doesn't mandate it. Again... her position on this topic is so unreasonable it's hard to argue with. It's nonsense and beyond that, it's really terrible advice. ( )
  Juva | Mar 29, 2015 |
I enjoyed this book very much! I found it to be very interesting. I love reading books concerning women's issues. I read another book that I enjoyed even more. It is called, "Get Real! Fighting The Mythic Woman Finding Your Authentic Self" by Ananya S. Rajan. This a non-fiction self help book written for all women who would like to learn how to know themselves more and become more comfortable and confident in who they are. It’s an empowering book.
It talks about women’s issues without the anger behind it. LOVED, LOVED, LOVED reading this book. http://www.fightingthemythicwoman.com ( )
  Robyn26 | Jun 11, 2012 |
An excellent book. With chapters on the lies we believe about God, ourselves, sin, priorities, marriage, children, emotions and circumstances. Everyone will be challenged by at least some of the lies and truths. The questions at the end of each chapter help you to really think about how it applies in your life, and there are plenty of bible references to back up the truths.

My only criticism is about the matter of how many children to have. While I completely agree that we should follow God's will for the size of our family, I don't think that necessarily involves not using birth control. Rather, prayerful consideration of God's will on the matter should lead each couple to their own decision. Not using birth control seems to be taking the decision to have more children regardless of God's will. Or perhaps I'm only saying that because I don't want to trust God in this area(?) ( )
  eclecticdodo | Oct 27, 2011 |
I have a hard time with what the author calls "truth" sometimes. If something is truly biblical, I will agree with her, but she should not call her own opinions "truths" that all women should follow in order to please God and "prove" they are true Christians. For example, one of her points is that a true Christian mother should never limit how many children she has (i.e., using birth control). I disagree with this. The Bible doesn't say anywhere that to be godly you must have as many children as possible. It is fine for her to have that opinion, but she shouldn't act like that is God's will for every family. ( )
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The lies Christian women believe are at the root of their struggles. In Lies Women Believe, Nancy Leigh DeMoss exposes areas of deception common to many Christian women -- lies about God, sin, priorities, marriage and family, emotions, and more. She deals honestly with women's delusions and illusions and then gently leads them to the truth of God's word that leads to true freedom.

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