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Everywhere women face choices — home or career, money or relationships, ‘secure’ marriage or ‘free’ singleness, using your looks to get on or ignoring your looks and getting ignored, competing with the boys or retreating into the sisterhood ghetto, the ‘progress’ of feminism or the ‘nostalgia’ of motherhood and apple pie, women bishops or tea-ladies and babysitters?

Our culture has plenty to say on all these issues. But a Christian woman, seeking to live for her Lord, will first of all want t