Patterns and Portraits: Women in the History of the Reformed Church in America

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Renee S. House, Renée House, John Coakley
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1999 - 182 sidor
Volume 31 in the HSRCA series explores the important -- and largely unknowledged -- contribution of women to the history of the Reformed Church in America. Much more than an expose of untold stories, this significant foray into women studies discusses the church's continuing struggle to define the role of women in ministry and begins, at last, to rewrite the whole story of this significant North American demonination.
 

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Women in the History of the Reformed Church in America
1
Incorporating Women Into the History of the Colonial Dutch Reformed Church Problems and Proposals
16
The Dealings of the Lords Love With Dina van den Bergh
33
The Dutch Women in Two Cultures Looking for the Questions
52
Pious and Powerful The Evangelical Mother in Reformed Dutch Households New York and New Jersey 18261876
66
Is a Joyful Death an Oxymoron? The Christina de Moen Van Raalte Story
87
The Rise of the Womans Board of Foreign Missions
95
Women Raising Women The Urgent Work of the Mission Gleaner 18831917
103
The Education of Miss Sara Couch The Preparation of Women for Foreign Missionary Service in the Reformed Church in American in the Late Nine...
119
The Reformed Church in America and the Ordination of Women Personal Memories
141
The Decline Fall and Rise of Women in the Reformed Church in America 19471997
149
New Brunswick Theological Seminary Women Past and Present
161
Contributors
172
Index
174

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John Coakley is Professor of Politics at the School of Politics & International Relations, University College Dublin.

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