One day Miriam picked up her old Bible, and a few months later, re-embraced her commitment to Christ.But when Miriam told her husband what she had done, he promptly left her and their little girl. Miriam tells her story in a new book by Rosemary Sookhdeo titled .
Maybe seventh-century Arab culture will answer this question. So this means that in seventh-century Arab culture a Muslim man may dominate his wife or wives, but not a Christian man who would dominate his Muslim wife.
What is shocking is how many of these women come from strong, evangelical backgrounds.
Many converts, like Miriam, are brought up by Christian parents, accept Christ, and get involved in church activities.
This was not there in North America before the Second World War.
The women used to wear long chaste dresses and their dating did not involve the close intimacy that we see today.