The Samaritan Woman's Story
Reconsidering John 4 After #ChurchToo
by Caryn A. Reeder
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Pub Date 15 Feb 2022 | Archive Date 17 Mar 2022
InterVarsity Press, IVP Academic
"If ever a story needs retelling, it is that of the falsely maligned Samaritan woman (John 4). Reeder sets the record straight—the Samaritan woman is not the sexual sinner alleged by previous commentators. Reeder brings to life the woman's historical circumstances and expertly locates this story within the overarching narrative and theology of John's Gospel. Reeder reclaims the Samaritan woman's voice for the church today. Beautifully written, pastors and lay leaders alike will be inspired and encouraged to raise up women theologians, teachers, and evangelists."
-Lynn H. Cohick, provost and dean of academic affairs, professor of New Testament, Northern Seminary
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