Few topics are more passionately discussed in modern culture than the role of women. Can a woman have it all? Should she? LadyLike: Living Biblically takes a bold look at the role of Christian women in today’s increasingly secular world.

Over the course of 46 essays, authors Rebekah Curtis and Rose Adle examine a variety of modern-day topics through the lens of God’s distinct design for men and women.

“The fact that we are different is why we are valuable,” explains Adle. “Rather than understand each others’ differences, and understand those differences as created by a loving God, modern culture attempts to blur the lines and hide the differences between men and women.”

“Adle and Curtis don’t pull any punches in their dash to ride the counter cultural wave of Biblical Truth about womanhood as Christ designed and redeemed her,” says Rev. Jonathan Fisk, host of Worldview Everlasting, and author of Broken: 7 “Christian” Rules That Every Christian Ought to Break as Often as Possible. “With a healthy dose of sardonic wit, spiced with the right dash of caregiving reserve, their work is a breath of fresh air in a world of women caught up in the maelstrom of not being ‘good enough’ unless they try to be men.”

LadyLike addresses such topics as:

· Submission

· Can women have it all?

· What are we supposed to learn from women in the Bible?

· Motherhood

· Vocation vs. Station

· Is the Old Testament misogynistic?

· Bridezillas

· How did Jesus treat women?

· Who washes the dishes?

· Celibacy

· Selfies

· What does it mean to live a faithful life?

LadyLike: Living Biblically is available now for preorder at cph.org/ladylike.

For more information or to schedule an interview with the authors, please contact Lindsey Martie, Public Relations, 314-268-1303, or by email to Lindsey.Martie@cph.org.

About the Authors

Rebekah Curtis is married to Pastor H. R. Curtis, and they have seven children. As kids allow, Rebekah writes from home. Her work has appeared at Babble, Touchstone, The Federalist, and a number of Lutheran publications. She has a bachelor’s from Concordia University Nebraska and a master’s from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.

Deaconess Rose Adle is married to Pastor Scott Adle, and they are blessed with four children. She teaches online deaconess courses as a staff member of Concordia Theological Seminary. As a writer, she has contributed to The Lutheran Witness, Portals of Prayer, Lutheranism 101, and A New Song. She has a bachelor’s from Valparaiso University and a master’s from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.