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st a religious community accepting a new preacher It also indicates "the acceptance of a feminine perspective in a traditionally dominated "acceptance of a feminine perspective in a traditionally dominated I focus on Meyer's rhetoric style within the context of social and religious norms that restrict women's place in public assemblies Moreover this study explores the potential power of the feminine style as a means to create a feminine perspective for audiences toward understanding Joyce Meyer's popularity as an Evangelical pulpit preacher and perhaps an even better understanding of the audiences to whom she speaks. Erstanding a successful female Evangelical minister in the Evangelical community In this dissertation I explore Joyce Meyer's recent popularity in the Evangelical community as a feminine speaker I argue that Joyce Meyer creates an alternative feminine perspective for the Evangelical audiences through her use of a feminine style "I use Karlyn "Kohrs Campbell's of a feminine style to determine if Joyce "
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