Features study articles, annotations, and more than 300 topical notes on hundreds of subjects of interest to women. Written from a conservative perspective that honors the special role women have throughout the Scriptures. It includes portraits of more than 100 women of the Bible, inspirational quotations, and 175 original in-text charts and maps. Written, edited, and produced by women for women. All students, pastors, and teachers will appreciate seeing the Scriptures from this fresh viewpoint.
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“Kathleen Kenyon, Digging Up Jericho (1957), Excavations at Jericho, 2 vols. (1960, 1965), Archaeology in the Holy Land (1960), The Bible and Recent Archaeology (1978).” (source)
“Clinton Bailey, ‘How Desert Culture Helps Us Understand the Bible: Bedouin Law Explains Reaction to Rape of Dinah,’ Bible Review 7 (August 1991).” (source)
“Pauline Albenda, ‘Western Asiatic Women in the Iron Age: Their Image Revealed,’ Biblical Archaeologist 46 (Spring 1983).” (source)
“Sybil Zimmerman, ‘Housewares and Recipes from 2000 Years Ago,’ Biblical Archaeology Review 7 (September/October 1981).” (source)
“Kjeld Nielsen, ‘Ancient Aromas Good and Bad,’ Bible Review 7 (June 1991).” (source)