Women of the Bible Hardback
The Life and Times of Every Woman in the Bible
by Lawrence O. Richards;
A Bird's Eye View
Discover the lives of the Women in the Bible, their struggles, their faith, their remarkable stories of God's goodness to them.
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Women of the Bible
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This complete and insightful guide to the Bible's most famous and infamous, named and unnamed, women of faith covers the matriarchs, the prophetesses and queens, the women around Jesus, and even the common ladies of the Bible.
Learn how their lives teach us that the most extraordinary things can occur from ordinary beginnings, and that the model for authentic femininity lies in God's plan for each woman.
Who were they and where did they originate? What role did they play in the Bible story and how are their lives similar to the lives of women today? All these questions, and many more facts, can be found in this guide to the women of the Bible.
This is an ideal reference for students, teachers, preachers, and anyone wanting to know who and how women lived in Bible times.
- Arranged alphabetically, so it is easy to locate the women, whether well-known or obscure.
- Comprehensive stories for the most significant women in the Bible
- Up-to-date with the latest in biblical and historical research
- Includes key Scripture passages relating to each man
- Handy charts, sidebars, and maps
- Expository and Scripture indexes
Women of the Bible by Lawrence O. Richards was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2003 and is our 5385th best seller. The ISBN for Women of the Bible is 9780785251484.
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Details for Women of the Bible
|Page last updated||20th May 2016|
|Author / Artist||Lawrence O. Richards|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2003)|
|Number of Pages||352|