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    Great Women of the Christian Faith
    by Edith Deen

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    • Publisher: Barbour Publishing
    • Release date: March 1, 1986
    • ISBN: 9780916441463 (0916441466)
    • Format: hardcover, 410 pages
    • Language: english
    • Genres: biography, christianity, womens, christian
    • Author: Edith Deen

    About The Book

    CHAPTER 1 —

    Women of the early centuries —

    Vibia Perpetua, early Christian martyr —

    Helena, mother of Constantine —

    Macrina, founder of a religious community for women in the Eastern Church —

    Nonna, mother of Gregory the Divine —

    Marcela, founder of the first religious community for women in the Western Church —

    Monica, mother of Augustine —

    Anthusa, mother of John Chrysostom —

    Paula, Jerome’s inspirer —

    Hilda, Anglo-Saxon Abbess of Whitby —

    CHAPTER 2 —

    Women of the middle centuries —

    Clare, founder of the Franciscan order of Poor Clares —

    Elizabeth of Hungary, helper of the poor —

    Catherine of Siena, revitalized the Church —

    Joan of Arc, the Deborah of France —

    Isabella of Castile, first to aid the Church in the New World —

    Vittoria Colonna, inspirer of Michelangelo —

    Margaret of Navarre, defender of the Reformation —

    Jeanne d’Albret, defender of the Reformation —

    Katherine Von Bora, wife of Martin Luther —

    Teresa of Avila —

    beloved woman of the Carmelites CHAPTER 3 —

    Women of a time of awakening —

    Anne Hutchinson, the first woman preacher of New England —

    Margaret Fell Fox, wife of George Fox —

    Mary Fisher, pioneering missionary in New England —

    Mme Jeanne Guyon, French mystic —

    Susanna Wesley, mother of John and Charles Wesley —

    Lady Huntingdon, eighteenth-century revivalist —

    CHAPTER 4 —

    Women who pioneered —

    “Mother Ann” Lee, founder of the American Shakers —

    Elizabeth Fry, leader of prison reform —

    Ann Judson, first American woman missionary to the Far East —

    Emily H. Tubman, an example of Christian stewardship —

    Mary Smith Moffat and Mary Moffat Livingstone, missionary mother and daughter —

    Narcissa Whitman, missionary to the Indians —

    Florence Nightingale, ministering angel in the Crimean War CHAPTER 5 —

    Women who built —

    Catherine Booth, “Mother” of the Salvation Army —

    Lucy Webb Hayes, faithful first lady —

    Nettie Fowler McCormick, an international Christian —

    Amanda Smith, Negro woman evangelist —

    Lottie Moon, pioneer of the mission fund —

    Mary Slesor, “White Ma” of Calabar —

    CHAPTER 6 —

    Women who advanced —

    Rose Hawthorne Lathrop, founder of the Servants of Relief for Incurable Cancer —

    Pandita Ramabai, founder of a mission, translator of the Bible —

    Helen Barrett Montgomery, translator of the New Testament —

    Mrs. Charles Jones Soony, China’s great Christian mother —

    Teresa of Lisieux, guide of the Little Way —

    Women Hymn Writers, they sang to the world VIGNETTES OF OTHER CHRISTIAN WOMEN THROUGH NINETEEN CENTURIES —

    Thecia, she illuminated many by the Word of God —

    Flavia Domitilla, a Christian charged with atheism —

    Cecilia, the patroness saint of church music —

    Olympias, the glory of widows of the Eastern Chuch —

    Fabiola, the founder of the first hospital in Europe —

    Pulcheria, she bestowed many benefits ont he fourth-century church —

    Genevieve, the beloved patron saint of Paris —

    Clotilda, she converted the Franks to Christianity —

    Bridget of Ireland, Ireland’s best-loved woman saint —

    Radegonde, a courageous and Godly queen —

    Theodelinda, she brought the Lombards into the Church —

    Bertha, England’s first Christian queen —

    Bathildis, a queen who prized freedom —

    Lioba, she pioneered in the Christianization of Germany —

    Matilda, she fulfilled Psalm 128 —

    Roswitha, a religious writer of Medieval times —

    Adela of Blois, the heroine of the First Crusade Hildegard of Bingen, the first of the German women mystics —

    Mechthild of Magdeburg, her book was a light in the Middle Ages —

    Gertrude the Great, a Christian seer and healer —

    Bridget of Sweden, Scandinavia’s most famous saint —

    Juliana of Norwich, the first Englishwoman to write a spiritual book —

    Margery Kempe, a wandering fifteenth-century evangelist —

    Catherine of Genoa, she lived int he world but did not conform to it —

    Anna Reinhard Zwingli, she opened her home to the first Protestants —

    Idelette de Bures, a great Reformer’s faithful wife —

    Anna Bullinger, a ministering angel to Reformation refugees —

    Renee of France, a friend of the persecuted during the Reformation —

    Anne Askew, she was burned at the stake because of her religious beliefs —

    Mme. Barbe Acarie, her hous was a center of religious Renaissance —

    Marjory Bowes Knox, the faithful wife of John Knox —

    Margaret Stuart Knox, the faithful wife of John Knox Jane Frances Fremoyot de Chantal, her “daughters” went on errands of mercy —

    Rose of Lima, the first saint of the New World —

    Pocahontas, a famous American Indian convert to Christianity —

    Elizabeth Hooton, sixteenth-century preacher —

    Marie de l’Incarnation, founder of the oldest North American convent school —

    Marguerite Bourgeoys, she founded the first Canadian sisterhood —

    Lucy Hutchinson, she typified Puritanism at its best —

    Mary Dyer, an early American martyr —

    Gulielma Penn, the devoted wife of William Penn —

    Elizabeth Bunyan, the heroic wife of the author of Pilgrim’s Progress —

    Margaret Blagge Godolphin, a righteous example to the Royal Court —

    Barbara Heck, the “mother” of a new denomination in America —

    Hannah More, she devoted her talents and pocketbook to the needy —

    Jane Corneigle Campbell, the wife and mother of the Campbells —

    Hannah Marshman, an early missionary to India Sally Thomas, she gave all she had —

    Elizabeth Bayley Seton, she founded the first religious sisterhood in the United States —

    Lucy G. Thurston, the “mother” of American missions in Hawaii —

    Dorothea Lynde Dix, a saint in medicine and philanthropy —

    Sarah Platt Haines Doremus, the untiring servant of missions —

    Sarah Hall Boardman Judson, the selfless second wife of Adoniram Judson —

    Eliza Clark Garrett, a pioneering supporter of religious training —

    Emily Chubbuck Judson, the valiant third wife of Adoniram Judson —

    Antoinette L. Brown, the first American woman to be ordained as a minister —

    Hannah Whitall Smith, she knew the Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life —

    Clara Swain, the first medical missionary to women and children of India —

    Amanda McFarland, the first woman missionary to Alaska —

    Isabella Thoburn, a pioneer in Christian education in India Emma Revell Moody, the inspiring wife of Dwight L. Moody —

    Bernadette of Lourdes, her faith is enshrined at Lourdes —

    Frances Xavier Cabrini, the first American citizen to be declared a saint —

    Evelyn Underhill, an exponent of the mystical life.

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