Five Lies of Our Anti-Christian Age (Butterfield, Romania)
Bestselling Author Rosaria Butterfield Confronts 5 Cultural Lies She Once Believed
Modern culture is increasingly outspoken against a biblical understanding of what it means to be a woman. Even some Christians, swayed by the LGBTQ+ movement, have rejected God’s word on issues of sexuality and gender in favor of popular opinion. In light of these pressures, it’s more important than ever to help women see the truth about who God created them to be.
In this powerful book, Rosaria Butterfield uses Scripture to confront 5 common lies about sexuality, faith, feminism, gender roles, and modesty often promoted in our secular culture today. Written in the style of a memoir, this book explores Butterfield’s personal battle with these lies—interwoven with cultural studies, literary criticism, and theology—to help readers see the beauty in biblical womanhood, marriage, and motherhood.
Culturally Relevant: Confronts controversial topics including transgenderism, homosexuality, feminism, spirituality, and modesty from a Bible-centered perspective
Written for Christian Women: Inspires women to preserve godly values around womanhood, marriage, and motherhood in their lives, and offers guidance as they shepherd the next generation
By Rosaria Butterfield: Bestselling author of The Gospel Comes with a House Key (100,000+ copies sold) and The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert (100,000+ copies sold)
Filled with Personal Stories: Rosaria speaks from her own experience as a formerly militant anti-Christian and outspoken feminist, in order to teach and encourage other Christians
Table of Contents
Foreword by Kevin DeYoung
Introduction: We All Live in Babel Now
Lie #1: Homosexuality Is Normal
Chapter 1: Once Gay, Always Gay?
Chapter 2:What Is Intersectionality?
Chapter 3: What Are Homosexual Orientation and Gay Christianity?
Chapter 4: Why Is Homosexuality a Sin When It Feels Normal to Some People?
Lie #2: Being a Spiritual Person Is Kinder than Being a Biblical Christian
Chapter 5: Where Is God—in an Ancient Book or in Me?
Chapter 6: The Bible Knows Me Better than I Know Myself
Lie #3: Feminism Is Good for the World and the Church
Chapter 7: Do You Know Yourself and How Do You Know?
Chapter 8: Does the Gospel Need a Feminist Rescue?
Chapter 9: The Power of a Woman’s Voice
Lie #4: Transgenderism Is Normal
Chapter 10: The Sin of Envy
Chapter 11: The War of Words
Chapter 12: Eternal Life Means More than Just Living Forever
Lie #5: Modesty Is an Outdated Burden That Serves Male Dominance and Holds Women Back
Chapter 13: In the Presence of My Enemies
Chapter 14: Exhibitionism: The New Almost-Christian Virtue
Afterword: The Difference between Acceptance and Approval, or, How to Stay Connected to Loved Ones Who Believe These Lies without Falling for Them Yourself
Appendix: Guiding Principles for How to Read the Bible
Title: Five Lies of Our Anti-Christian Age
Author: Butterfield, Romania
Publisher: Crossway Publishing
Binding: Hardcover w/ Jacket
Size: 21.6 x 14.0 cm