Ramona Siddoway’s book, We Are Adam, is a wonderful and wide-ranging introduction to how the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ beckons us as men and women to live as equal partners in the home, the community, and the Church. As a student not only of ancient scripture but of the modern prophetic voice, Siddoway’s exegesis is profoundly insightful, and I highly recommend it.
This book presents a doctrinally thorough and correct understanding of our first mother, Eve. On such an important subject, as we are all sons of Adam or daughters of Eve, it is crucial to learn about our first mother from someone who truly supports, sustains, and follows the living prophets, seers, and revelators as our connection with heaven. Ramona treats the subject of divine womanhood with the reverence it deserves and the scripturally correct explanation that so many lack. If you are looking to understand feminism as I believe heaven intended, we can’t afford to look to society; we must look to the scriptures and the inspired words of our leaders. This book does exactly that.
Ramona Siddoway has given us a beautiful glimpse inside the Garden of Eden! With dozens of insights into the original Hebrew origins and insightful connections to modern Latter-day teachings, this book brings the story of Adam and Eve to life in a new and important way. If you are ready to take the story of Adam and Eve to a deeper level, and better understand the power of men and women in God's plan, this book is for you!
“We Are Adam, well-researched and engaging, is an excellent step in the essential journey toward seeing female and male as equal partners—in the Garden of Eden—in the relationship of our Father and Mother in Heaven—and hopefully in the interactions of us all, in our sense of self, our marriages, our church and our society. May the book reach many good hands and enlighten many good minds.”
Ramona Siddoway brings new life to one of the most beloved stories of the Old Testament in Adam and Eve, providing valuable insights that will enrich the spiritual journeys of men and women in our modern day. Even the most ardent Biblical scholars will gather fresh perspectives, while those who desire a deeper understanding of the spiritual power of women will find unchartered paths to personal revelation. Truly a work worth reading, pondering and acting upon.