I wrote “Liberating Inner Eve” as a result of my encounters with female clients from a Christian background who struggle to find a sense of personal strength, high self-worth, love, and acceptance.
“Liberating Inner Eve” offers psychological insight around the impact of commonly found interpretations of the teachings of the Old Testament (in particular the Genesis account of Adam and Eve) and New Testament (the lifetime of Jesus), on various themes relevant to women’s daily lives, such as how they experience their identity, self-acceptance, and self-worth.
Every Chapter of this book includes simple exercises, encouraging readers to take time to review their thoughts and feelings, relating to a particular topic.
Through “Liberating Inner Eve” I long to share with others how empowering the Bible can be in helping women find self-love, self-acceptance, and personal strength.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book personally, it is written in a conversational style I found easy to engage with. The poems, scripture selections, and questions to enhance your personal journey are quite relevant. I am not a follower of the Roman Catholic faith, but I valued the comments from Pope John Paul II.
I appreciate that Bozena tackled the controversial subjects forthrightly. I agree with her conclusions about a great deal of past abuse of spouses by mishandling Holy Scripture.
If equality and spiritual issues are important to you, then this is a book you will want to read.
I give this book 4.9 stars, the score would have been higher except for a couple of spelling errors.
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tags: self-help, Christian living, equality, spirituality, spousal abuse, spiritual abuse, abuse, counseling, women’s ministry