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The Fruit of Her Hands

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In much of Western literature and Greek mythology, women have an evident lack of purpose; a woman needs to either enter or leave a relationship in order to find herself and her own identity. Matthew Schwartz and Kalman Kaplan set...


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In much of Western literature and Greek mythology, women have an evident lack of purpose; a woman needs to either enter or leave a relationship in order to find herself and her own identity. Matthew Schwartz and Kalman Kaplan set out to prove that the converse is true in the text of the Hebrew Bible. Examining the stories of women in Scripture. Rebecca, Miriam, Gomer, Ruth and Naomi, Lot's wife, Zipporah, and dozens more. Schwartz and Kaplan illustrate the biblical woman's strong feminine sense of being crucial to God's plan for the world and for history, courageously seeking the greatest good for herself and others whatever the circumstances. Empowering, illuminating, and fascinating, The Fruit of Her Hands makes a singular contribution to the fields of biblical and women's studies.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 259391
  • Product Code 9780802817723
  • ISBN 0802817726
  • EAN 9780802817723
  • Pages 207
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date May 2007
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 13mm
  • Weight 0.312kg

Matthew Schwartz

Matthew B. Schwartz teaches ancient history and literature in the Departments of History and Near East Studies at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. His other books include A Psychology of Hope: An Antidote to the Suicidal Pathology of Western Civilization, The Seven Habits of the Good Life: How the Biblical Virtues Free Us from the Seven Deadly Sins and The Fruit of Her Hands: A Psychology of Biblical Woman.

Kalman Kaplan

Kalman J. Kaplan is clinical professor of psychology at the University of Illinois College of Medicine and director of the UIC Program for Religion/Spirituality and Mental Health, sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation. His books include The Seven Habits of the Good Life: How the Biblical Virtues Free Us from the Seven Deadly Sins, The Fruit of Her Hands: A Psychology of Biblical Woman and A Psychology of Hope: A Biblical Response to Tragedy and Suicide.

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