For Women Only
Evelyn Petersen, J. Allan Petersen
Tyndale House Publishers, Mar 1, 1982 - Religion - 281 pages
This volume is distills the wisdom of over 60 authors, all of whom agree that the modern woman must think through the maze of confusion in comtemporary culture to discover her own place. This is a balanced, enertaining, diversified treatment of all the aspects of womanhood.
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