Shirley Stephens is seminary trained and has written extensively over a period of thirty-plus years. Other books to her credit are: Under the SS Shadow, the true story of a former Hitler Youth and the son of an SS major; A New Testament View of Women, a biblical study of all of the New Testament passages that relate specifically to women; Breaking Crime's Vicious Cycle, the gripping, true-life story of hardened criminal Don Dennis and his conversion and transformation into a life of service to inmates; My Daughter Susan Smith, the story of a troubled young mother who sent her children to their deaths in a South Carolina lake; From the Cell to the Cross, an update of Breaking Crime�s Vicious Cycle; Great Truths from Jesus� Conversations With Men, eleven truths that Jesus taught men presented in dialog fashion; Great Truths from Jesus' Conversations With Pharisees presents, in dialog form, ten truths that Jesus taught to Pharisees and their scribes, who were considered to be experts in the interpretation of the Old Testament Scriptures; Great Truths from One Woman's Conversations With the Apostle Paul presents, in dialog form, the teachings of Paul on the role of women in the home, church and society.
Great Truths from Jesus' Conversations With Womenby Shirley Stephens
Great Truths from Jesus' Conversations With Women presents nine conversations Jesus had with
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Jesus was a revolutionary in the most noble sense of the word. One area in which this was strikingly evident was in his conversations with women. They were much more than small talk. Each conversation reveals meaningful truths Jesus wanted women and men to understand.
Great Truths from Jesus' Conversations With Women presents nine conversations Jesus had with women and the great truths they reveal about his special relationship with women and their place in the work of His kingdom. The author presents Jesus' conversations in dialog fashion, using fiction techniques to enliven the text while remaining true to the biblical account. The presentations take into account the cultural and political background of the period and places.
Following the account of each conversation are interactive learning exercises that can be completed individually or in a group setting. This book is a handy tool for group and individual Bible study.
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