Really Bad Girls of the Bible Paperback
More Lessons from Less-Than-Perfect Women
by Liz Curtis Higgs;
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Really Bad Girls of the Bible
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Repackaged and updated from a series selling over 1.5 million copies, Really Bad Girls of the Bible is back for a new generation of girls looking to discover Higg's style of "girlfriend theology".
Some of the most notorious women of the Bible are brought to life as these shady ladies show us that 'When it comes to badness, there's nothing new under the sun' and that, despite it all, there are truths in each story. That God's love prevails throughout and never ceases.
Even when they've been bad.
Like, tent-peg bad, beheading bad, and even worse!
The stories of Bathsheba, Jael, Herodias, Tamar, Athaliah, and others are all found in the Bible and all have important things to say to us today!
That God changes lives, that He has grace to help us move past badness. Even the very worst of badness.
These studies are made for individuals and groups. For everyone who thinks being bad is the end of it all.
Because it isn't.
Even if you've been really bad.
Really Bad Girls of the Bible by Liz Curtis Higgs was published by Waterbrook Press in August 2016 and is our 29782nd best seller. The ISBN for Really Bad Girls of the Bible is 9781601428615.
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Really Bad Girls of the Bible examines biblical women gone bad and the lessons their lives can teach readers. Liz brings Bathsheba, Jael, Herodias, Athaliah, Tamar, and other really bad girls alive as she highlights eye-opening truths of the Bible for today's women.
Details for Really Bad Girls of the Bible
|Author / Artist||Liz Curtis Higgs|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Waterbrook Press (August 2016)|
|Number of Pages||304|
|Page last updated||10th January 2018|