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10 Dead Gals You Should Know

Leaving an Enduring Legacy

Ian J. Maddock and Rachel Ciano
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This book is essential reading for Christians of all ages and backgrounds: women and men, girls, and boys. You will be humbled, encouraged, and awe–struck by the courage and witness of these ten incredible women in Christian history.

Sarah Irving–Stonebraker, Associate Professor of History, Western Civilisation Program, Australian Catholic University

… with the historical, theological, and geographical terrain covered in Ten Dead Gals, Ciano and Maddock have certainly enriched our conversation about the blessing of women in God’s church!

Mark Earngey, Head of Church History and Lecturer in Christian Thought, Moore Theological College, Sydney

This book is a well–researched, engagingly written, and insightful read that is sure to captivate readers and encourage them personally. As the subtitle suggests, the carefully curated stories of these ten women (who range from Mary the mother of Jesus, to twentieth–century missionary Gladys Aylward) mesh together to tell a bigger story.

Nicole Starling, Lecturer in Church History, Morling College, Sydney

The authors are right: you should really know about these 10 Dead Gals and what God has done in their extraordinary lives. Here is an impressive cloud of witnesses, from every era of church history, testifying to the power of the gospel to transform human beings.

Michael P. Jensen, Rector, St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point, New South Wales and Honorary Research Associate, Sydney College of Divinity

Like the ten guys in the first book, these women were stellar examples of faithfulness, fearlessness, steadfastness, and fruitfulness. May you be challenged by their lives as their stories come alive for us today! 

Gregg R. Allison, Professor of Christian Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky

Fresh. Fascinating. Faith–building. … not just a chronicle of their lives: we learn about the theological debates that they engaged in, the social pressures they faced, and the ways their ministries have been interpreted.

Rhys Bezzant, Senior Lecturer, Ridley College, Melbourne & Director, Jonathan Edwards Center Australia

I benefited from the book not only because of its historical insights, but also for the many challenges that I received from encountering these women. Rachel Ciano and Ian Maddock have done a great job of combining fresh scholarship and spiritual wisdom.

Leonardo De Chirico, Church planter in central Rome

… a brilliant and contrasting gallery of subjects, from Mary the mother of Jesus through Catherine of Siena, to Anne Hutchinson, and Gladys Aylward; every chapter reveals an individual powered by faith and determined to act upon it. The vivid and arresting language in which these women are described, and the solid scholarship of the authors, will guarantee a wide readership for the book.

Carole Cusack, Professor of Religious Studies, The University of Sydney

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