Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up

Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up

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justice, , owned, 2021, Nonfiction, Feminism, Religion

"Drawing from her ministry experience in an unhealthy church, Tiffany Bluhm explores the dynamics of power and lack of accountability that occur within many church and ministry contexts and encourages women and men to speak out in the face of unjust systems"--

Title:Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up
ISBN:9781587434785
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  • Kate

    I LOVE Tiffany Bluhm’s writing style in this amazing resource of a book! She seamlessly weaves together her personal experience, other examples of abuse of power and how women have navigated coming ...

  • Liz Yielding

    Powerful, eloquent, and eye opening. All words I would use to describe Prey Tell. Be prepared for your perspective to be shifted and your preconceived notions on women who have been silenced to be cha...

  • Gwendolyn Irene

    I picked up this book because I’m tired of the culture that plays the blame for abuse on the women and takes the responsibility away from the man. It’s time to change the conversation. This book h...

  • Josh Olds

    I’m writing this review the day after RZIM released an initial report from their investigation that the sexual abuse allegations against the late Ravi Zacharias are truthful. I’m heartbroken. For ...

  • Diana

    Book 35 in 2021.This book kept my attention on every page. It’s well written, compelling, tells the truth about justice and what the Bible says about it, and I hope anyone who cares about a woman, w...

  • Anastasia Brathwaite

    In the wake of the ongoing #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements that have shed light on rampant sexual misconduct occurring across various sectors of society, Tiffany Bluhm’s book Prey Tell is a timely r...

  • Eric Skwarczynski

    “Interestingly, purity culture and rape culture have always had one notion in common: that a woman’s body is not her own but belongs to a man. Both cultures equate respectability with safety and a...

  • Brittany

    I am sure most women can recollect or think of a time when they or someone they knew were treated poorly, sexually harassed or abused or felt forced to keep quiet after a man in authority abused his p...

  • Amy Living Well Read

    SO MANY THOUGHTS. First, the writing is engaging and the research is strong. The content is heavy, but Bluhm navigates the subject matter in a really compelling way. Her book is a powerful and convict...

  • Kayla Judd

    A few years ago I read about a devastating occurrence that happened not too far from our hometown. While scrolling through some of the comments in response to the article, a particular one stopped me....