Top 10 Posts of the Past 30 Days
Thanks to both faithful readers and stumble-upon visitors of the CT women's blog for making March a very successful month so far! We reviewed three new books that opened up important discussion about gender-based education, the toxic cosmetics industry, and race-based injustice in American history. We also heard from a number of new Her.meneutics bloggers, including Ellen Painter Dollar, Amy Julia Becker, and Michelle van Loon. And, of course, Joni Eareckson Tada's concerns about the now-passed health care bill got a lot of attention.
Stay tuned to Her.meneutics this spring as we talk to Nashville-based counselor Marnie Ferree about female sex addiction, review a forthcoming book on Jane Austen's Christian faith, and ask whether plus-size models are any better than rail-thin models. And if there are topics you'd like to see us cover, e-mail editors Katelyn Beaty (kbeaty[at]christianitytoday.com) or Sarah Pulliam Bailey (spulliam[at]christianitytoday.com).
(10) A Black Maid's Expose, by Sarah ...1