Adopting fresh angles and modern perspectives, God has daughters too tells the stories of ten women from the Old Testament and finds that, as the women speak for themselves, their circumstances may not be so far from our own. Read Eve's story as she shares her pain of having warring children, Michal reflects on a life of disappointment with David, and Leah expresses her isolation as 'a married single'. Ten women. Ten stories. Hear the lives of Old Testament women as you've never heard them before... REVIEWS This is an enjoyable and thought-provoking read and through these women the author has much to say about our relationship with God, which is not so different from theirs - Catholic Education Today Every so often a book comes along that stops you in your tracks, encourages you to think in a different way and whets your appetite to know more about biblical characters and about the God who created them. For me this is such a book - The NEWS Paper ...helps us hear the voices of some of the forgotten or misunderstood women in the Old Testament - Home and Family The author...opens up to us the stories of women from the Old Testament ...
Magnet This ambitious and creative book has plenty of unusual and enlightening insights, with more than a few touches of wit - The Methodist Recorder
|Size: ||2.0 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781908485007 (EPUB)|