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Foremothers : women of the Bible

Author: Janice Nunnally-Cox
Publisher: New York : Seabury Press, 1981.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Stories of women, and have they really been the origin of so much discontent. Many of the writers throughout history apparently think so. The stories of the Bible hold their own power, their own strength.
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Genre/Form: Alumni and alumnae publications
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Janice Nunnally-Cox
ISBN: 0816423296 9780816423293
OCLC Number: 7463085
Description: xv, 167 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Matriarchs. Sarah and Hagar --
Lot's daughters --
Rebekah --
Leah and Rachel --
Dinah --
Tamar --
Women of the exodus. Potiphar's wife --
Jochebed and Zipporah --
Miriam --
Daughters of Zelophehad --
Women of the promised land. Rahab --
Deborah and Jael --
Jephthah's daughter --
Delilah --
Women of the kingdom. Hannah --
Woman of Endor --
Michal and Abigail --
Bathsheba --
Tamar --
Rizpah --
Women of prophets' times. Jezebel --
Widow of Zarapath --
Shunammite woman --
Athaliah --
Hulah --
Women of the gospels. Woman with a hemorrahage --
Syrophoenician woman --
A woman of the city --
Mary and Martha --
Crooked woman --
Well woman --
Adulterous woman --
Mary Magdalene --
Other women --
The twelve --
Women of acts and letters of Paul. Tabitha --
Mary --
Lydia --
Priscilla --
Daughters of Philip --
Phoebe --
Euodia and Syntyche --
Women and Saint Paul. Galatians 3:28 --
I Corinthians 7 --
I Corinthians 11:2-16 --
I Corinthians 14:33b-35 --
Deutero-Pauline letters. Colossians 3:18-4:1 --
Ephesians 5:22-6:9 --
Titus 2:1-10 --
I Timothy 2:1-15 --
Women and the Christian Fathers. Greek fathers --
Latin fathers.
Responsibility: Janice Nunnally-Cox.

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Stories of women, and have they really been the origin of so much discontent. Many of the writers throughout history apparently think so. The stories of the Bible hold their own power, their own strength.

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