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Table Of Contents

Chapter One
The Absence of Truth Can Set You Free
Chapter Two
Tactics of the Church
TACTIC #1: Peer Pressure
TACTIC #2: Women Cannot Teach Men
TACTIC #3: An Arrogant Spirit
TACTIC #4: Hide All Appearance of Evil
TACTIC #9: Lying
TACTIC #10: “Independent Thinking” Not Allowed
Chapter Three
Tactics of the Early Church
Corruption #1: The Fight for Power and Control
Corruption #2: Remove Women from Church Leadership
Corruption #3: Take away the People’s Choice
Corruption #4: Live off the backs of the People
Corruption #5: Wresting Authority, Position and Power
Corruption #6: Financial Deception
Corruption #7: Forgiveness for Sale
Corruption #8: Heathen Names of the Days of the Week
Corruption #9: Marriage
Corruption #10: Create a Building of Worship
Chapter Four
Controlling the Women in the Home
Destroying the Family
The Effects And Fear
Chapter Five
Bitterness
Chapter Six
The Children Affected
What To Do If A Child Informs You of Sexual Abuse
Chapter Seven
My Husband Affected
Chapter Eight
Vindication And Restitution
Chapter Nine
“Religion” Leads to a List of Rules
Not in MY Church!
Chapter Ten
Being A Woman In A Male-Dominated Church System
The Results Of Imputing Eve’s Transgression
The Inquisition of 1320
Discrimination World-wide Against Women
Chapter Eleven
The Final Authority
Becoming Institutionalized
What is a Credible Source?
The Church Monarchy
The Balaam Phenomenon
Chapter Twelve
Doctrines That Instigate Abuse
Chapter Thirteen
The Doctrine of Eternal Punishment
Chapter Fourteen
The Old Testament
Adam and Eve
Genesis 3: 1-16—The Curse
Cain and Abel
Genesis 6-8: The Flood
Sodom and Gomorrah
Moses and the Law
Deuteronomy 28
Judges 9—Abimelech
II Samuel 27: Ahithophel’s Suicide
Chapter Fifteen
Where Did This Doctrine Come From?
Chapter Sixteen
Are We Saved from Hell?
Chapter Seventeen
God’s WILL for Mankind?
Chapter Eighteen
Words that were translated “hell”
Sheol and Hades were also used for National Judgments
Hades was also a god in Greek mythology
Gehenna
Other Gehenna Passages
Chapter Nineteen
What about the Second Death?
Conclusion
Chapter Twenty
The CHURCH?
The Impact
About the Church of England—[Wikipedia.com]
Corruption of the Early Church
THE CRUSADES
Chapter Twenty-One
Women and Religion
Abuse and the Religious System
Chapter Twenty-Two
Male and Female Created He Them
Chapter Twenty-Three
God’s Law of Marriage— Where the Corruption Began
Chapter Twenty-Four
Whose Choice Made the Difference?
Did God Curse Woman-kind?
So Where Did this Teaching Come From?
BREAK FREE
Bibliography
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Religion's Cell

Religion's Cell

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Religion's Cell by Cynthia McClaskey is a masterful exploration of the ways in which organized religion has, through the centuries, systematically denied woman her proper role in the church and the world. Beginning with a firsthand account of her own subjugation within a fundamentalist sect, McClaskey moves forward with detailed and extensively referenced explanations of the God-intended role of woman. Along the way, she provides explanations of how man, in seeking to retain power and authority in both religion and the world, has relegated woman to a subservient position in both areas, in violation of God's intended plan.
McClaskey's evidence is compelling and her logic flawless as she argues against the God-as-stern-judge mentality that permeates most modern religious sects and emphasizes the true nature of God as a loving father --a father who wants only the best for both genders of His crowning creation. She points out that Christ surrounded himself with women and that women played major roles in the early years of Christianity, providing copious scriptural support for her position.
In Religion's Cell, McClaskey has issued a clarion call for true gender equality, both inside and outside organized religion. This is a book women will want to read and men should be required to read.
Religion's Cell by Cynthia McClaskey is a masterful exploration of the ways in which organized religion has, through the centuries, systematically denied woman her proper role in the church and the world. Beginning with a firsthand account of her own subjugation within a fundamentalist sect, McClaskey moves forward with detailed and extensively referenced explanations of the God-intended role of woman. Along the way, she provides explanations of how man, in seeking to retain power and authority in both religion and the world, has relegated woman to a subservient position in both areas, in violation of God's intended plan.
McClaskey's evidence is compelling and her logic flawless as she argues against the God-as-stern-judge mentality that permeates most modern religious sects and emphasizes the true nature of God as a loving father --a father who wants only the best for both genders of His crowning creation. She points out that Christ surrounded himself with women and that women played major roles in the early years of Christianity, providing copious scriptural support for her position.
In Religion's Cell, McClaskey has issued a clarion call for true gender equality, both inside and outside organized religion. This is a book women will want to read and men should be required to read.

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