Women in the Old Testament
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Women in the Old Testament Ten Audio Lectures (Little Rock Scripture Study for Adults) by

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Published by Liturgical Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Religious & Inspirational,
  • Unabridged Audio - Inspirational/Philosophy

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The Physical Object
FormatAudio Cassette
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11354455M
ISBN 10081467691X
ISBN 109780814676912

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They were ordinary people. Most would not make headlines in any other history book but God's. Yet the women of the Old Testament made critical choices that led to extraordinary outcomes. Through faith and strong character, they rescued their families, led people /5(20). “Women were not invisible in those ancient days; it is time to bring them out of the shadows today.” — Camille Fronk Olson. From the beginning, women have been at the very heart of God’s plan. Women of the Old Testament focuses on some of these remarkable women whose struggles and life situations are not unlike our own. No two are the same/5(9). Overview. As you explore with Gladys Hunt the stories of 12 Old Testament women, you will come to understand the far-reaching consequences of your own everyday choices and actions. Women & Men in the Word: Old Testament. 56 days. Buy the Study Book. Plan Overview. As followers of Christ, we are to be women and men of the Word, people who open our Bibles to meet with God and learn more about Him and His great love for us. And when we read, we find men and women who are, in many ways, a lot like us.

Another role in which we find women of the Old Testament is the role - of the hero savior. Two such women appear in the Book of Judges; two appear in post-exilic books. In the Book of Judges, two women save their people by killing the oppressor. In the story of Deborah (Judg ) that we considered earlier, the hero is Jael, wife of Size: 34KB. The Old Testament (abbreviated OT) is the first part of the Christian biblical canon, which is based primarily upon the twenty-four books of the Hebrew Bible (or Tanakh), a collection of ancient religious Hebrew writings by the Israelites believed by most Christians and religious Jews to be the sacred Word of second part of Christian Bibles is the New Testament, written in the Koine. They were ordinary people. Most would not make headlines in any other history book but God's. Yet the women of the Old Testament made critical choices that led to extraordinary results. Through faith and strong character they rescued their families, led people out of bondage, gave birth to kings and saved a nation. Each one demonstrates the far-reaching consequences of everyday actons/5(14). The status of women Passages in the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) that treat women as i nferior to men: How the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) generally viewed women: Women's behavior was extremely limited in ancient times, much as women are restricted in Saudi Arabia in modern-day times. Restrictions in ancient Israel included.

The women in the Old Testament, too long invisible, have rich stories that are vital to the on-going revelation of God's relationship with a covenant people. Women in the Old Testamentintroduces readers to some biblical women. Here, readers meet mothers and wives, queens and slaves, prophets and warriors, powerful women and victims; women whose stories offer us courage and insight. Women of the Old Testament book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This classic by Dr. A. Kuyper gives us 50 graphic charact /5. However, there are a few women in the Old Testament that are referred to as powerful leaders or positive characters. These include Deborah, a Judge of Israel and a leader of the army; the Hebrew midwives who saved newborn boys from the Pharaoh and a number of prophets — Miriam, Noadiah, and Isaiah's wife among others. According to Old Testament scholar Jerome Creach, some feminist critiques of Judges say the Bible gives tacit approval to violence against women by not speaking out against these acts. [48]: 14 Frymer-Kensky says leaving moral conclusions to the reader is a recognized method of writing called gapping used in many Bible stories.