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    Matt Dabbs
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    What books do you recommend reading on racial reconciliation and women’s roles? I will share mine in the comments later.

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    lowryhershey
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    Women’s Roles:
    Philip Payne’s book on Men and Women, One in Christ. I have not found any book reviews on the volume. But I would take the introduction to Life in the Son by William W. Adams and replace the title/author with the above book.
    Second, Carolyn Custis James, Half the Church, although I think the title is a bit triggered.
    Third, the three volumes by Carroll Osborn.
    Fourth — I have not read this book, but have ordered it through inter-library loan, Everett Ferguson, Role of Women in the Church (may not be the correct title). I think it takes a different view (and approach?) to the above books, so it should be helpful.

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