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Priscilla Papers Summer 2008 Volume 22, Issue 3 Download
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In this issue, we celebrate the lasting legacy of William and Catherine Booth, with special attention to the contribution of Catherine, and the encouragement of her gifts by William. Centuries ago, when so many regarded male superiority in minstry as a given, this couple was operating in a shared framework that not only proved efficacious for their time, but also revealed itself as timeless in its implications for freeing all Christians--both male and female--to serve fully in minstry by committing them firmly to a structured means to do that ministry. What seems like an oxymoron was actually a strategy that worked in God's logic: one structures firmly in order to support and thus to free. What an example they provided and continue to provide for us all. Want to receive the latest CBE journals? Become a member or subscriber today!


  • Editor's Ink by WILLIAM DAVID SPENCER 
  • The Aggressive Christianity of Catherine Mumford Booth by MARY AGNES MADDOX
  • Catherine Booth, The Salvation Army, and the Purity Crusade of 1885
  •  by ROGER J GREEN  
  • Lest We Lose Our Legacy: Officer Women in The Salvation Army by PAUL A RADER AND KAY F RADER
  • POEM: Holy Spirit Interceding by RUTH HOPPIN  
  • Vocational Identity and Direction: Hagar's Word to Women in Ministry by JOANN STREETER SHADE  
  • BOOK REVIEW: Wayne Grudem's Evangelical Feminism by KEVIN GILES    
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