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Topic - Angie Schuller Wyatt
Nearly 2,000 years after Jesus commissioned Mary Magdalene to announce his resurrection to his disciples, many segments of Christendom still have difficulty knowing what role to give female members and workers.
An initial reception for the book at Gateway Church drew an enthusiastic crowd, Ms. Wyatt said.
"I'm really taking a risk here. My dad was so great to support me. But for the most part, these are things that people in Christian circles don't really want to talk about," she said.