Dynamic Women of the Bible: What We Can Learn From Their Surprising Stories
Though we often focus more on the male heroes and villains in the Bible, the pages of Scripture are brimming with women who are edgy, strong willed, and controversial. Far from the stereotype of sweet and submissive, many women of...
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Though we often focus more on the male heroes and villains in the Bible, the pages of Scripture are brimming with women who are edgy, strong willed, and controversial. Far from the stereotype of sweet and submissive, many women of the Bible steal the show despite being cast in the supporting roles. What parts did these women have in the vast family of God? What challenges did they face that we face even today? And what can we learn from them if we allow them to be the three-dimensional people they really were?
In Dynamic Women of the Bible, the lives of more than fifty biblical women are summoned from their graves to live again by the author who brought you The Biographical Bible. Scripture references, biographical profiles, sidebars (featuring twenty additional women of the Bible), discussion questions, and life applications make this book perfect for small groups, Bible studies, book clubs, and personal reading.
Ruth A. Tucker (Ph.D., Northern Illinois University) has spent more than twenty years teaching and was the first woman to hold a faculty position at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
She is the author of many books, including From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya: A Biographical History of Christian Missions; Leadership Reconsidered: Becoming a Person of Influence; Daughters of the Church: Women and ministry from New Testament times to the present;God Talk; Another Gospel: Cults, Alternative Religions, and the New Age Movement; Parade of Faith: A Biographical History of the Christian Church, and Walking Away from Faith.
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