They didn’t get as much ink—but they contributed amazing things to the history of God’s people. Learn all about them in Women of the Bible, an intriguing, illustrated reference book from Barbour Publishing. Covering women’s roles and jobs, daily experiences, and interactions with Bible men, this book brings clarity to some of the strange, confusing, and forgotten stories of scripture. Also featuring lists of every named woman of scripture and most of the unnamed females, Women of the Bible is fully illustrated in color. It’s “readable reference,” equally helpful for study or pleasure.
About the Author
Since winning a 2007 American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis award, Rachael O. Phillips has published seven novels, with contracts for six more, as well as three novellas and 700 articles. Rachael and her husband have three children and six perfect grandchildren. She would love to visit with you at http://rachaelophillips.com.
Ellyn Sanna is the author of more than thirty books. She is also the executive editor at Harding House Publishing Service, where she has helped to create hundreds of educational books for young adults. She and her family (along with assorted animals) make their home in upstate New York.
Table of Contents
2. Women in Bible Times
3. Women’s Roles and Jobs
4. Daily Experiences of Bible Women
5. Bible Women and Their Interactions with Men
6. The Named Women of the Bible
7. The Unnamed Women of the Bible
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is a great resource for any person looking to learn more about the women mentioned in the Bible! The pages are sleek and glossy, each one packed with tons of information and color photos. You’ll learn about everything the women of that time did, from divorce to death to housekeeping to roles in the church to marriage, among many other things. Towards the end, there’s a paragraph about each of the women mentioned in the Bible, named or not. There’s also a list of all the named women, complete with references. There is a lot of information in this highly valuable resource.