What is so important about the yellow wallpaper? This part 1 of 2 reviews will discuss the meaning, along with two serious issues in this book.
Aimee Byrd says that avoidance is not purity, but does purity ever require avoidance?
Does ezer mean necessary ally? What is the noblest work on earth for which the church should equip women?
Aimee Byrd wrote ‘No Little Women’ to equip all women in the household of God. Is what she offers helpful and biblical?
Review 1: Housewife Theologian In 2015 Aimee Byrd published her second book Theological Fitness: Why We Need a Fighting Faith (TF), a project that grew out of work she did while teaching a ladies’ Bible study on the book of Hebrews (TF, 13). The book itself focuses on her explication of Hebrews 10:23, a text […]
My interaction with the writings of Aimee Byrd began several years ago while sitting around my father’s dining room table in West Virginia. He had a copy of the pre-publication manuscript of Mrs. Byrd’s No Little Women, and if I am not mistaken, we were discussing what eventually became chapter 6, Men Learning from […]