When Jesus was Alone with Women: Was Dan Brown Right?

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When Jesus was Alone with Women tackles tough questions using the most reliable sources to discover the genuine Jesus of history. If you wonder about the claims in The Da Vinci Code, or if you're simply curious about the types of interactions Jesus had with women, you'll want to read this book. Find out: . Did Jesus marry, have children, and leave descendants? . Was the Savior attracted to women, or sexually tempted? . How did the sexes interact in Bible times? . Do modern feminist positions square with scripture? In a frank and straightforward manner, the author addresses issues facing the church today: . The validity of the women's rights movement . If "women's roles" negate their equality with men . Women's worth in relation to New Testament teachings on submission . How Christian men can develop and maintain a biblical, masculine self image in a confusing, quickly changing culture "Very readable and enjoyable style." ."some people are nervous about thinking of sexuality in connection with Jesus (but) you handle it well." --The Writer's Edge Oscar Reynold-Lynch holds a master's degree in adult education, and has done further graduate studies in human relations. He is an adjunct professor in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department at the Central Arizona College, and was a one-time Republican candidate for the Arizona House of Representatives. Oscar has taught school and church classes for thirty years, and is currently an assistant principal in the Arizona Corrections Department's education system. Oscar Reynold-Lynch is the author of Wheat from Chaff: Your Guide to Today's Popular Movements, and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Correctional Education. Hecurrently lives in Queen Creek, Arizona, and plans to do missions work when he retires.