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Ruth: Audio Lectures
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Ruth: Audio Lectures

by Marion Ann Taylor

Narrated by Marion Taylor

Ruth Audio Lectures features scholar and professor Marion Taylor teaching through the book of Ruth in five engaging and challenging lessons. Based on her Ruth commentary in The Story of God Bible Commentary series, these video lessons explain and illuminate each passage of the book in light of the Bible's overarching grand story. Taylor offers an en… Read more…

Esther: Audio Lectures
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Esther: Audio Lectures

by Marion Ann Taylor

Narrated by Marion Taylor

Esther: Audio Lectures features scholar and professor Marion Taylor teaching through the book of Esther in 11 engaging and challenging lessons. Based on her Esther commentary in The Story of God Bible Commentary series, these lessons explain and illuminate each passage of the book in light of the Bible's overarching grand story. Taylor offers an engaging… Read more…

Women in the Story of Jesus: The Gospels through the Eyes of Nineteenth-Century Female Biblical Interpreters

Women in the Story of Jesus: The Gospels through the Eyes of Nineteenth-Century Female Biblical Interpreters

by Marion Ann Taylor and Heather Weir

This volume gathers the writings of thirty-one nineteenth-century women on the stories of women in the Gospels—Mary and Martha, Anna, the Samaritan woman at the well, Herodias and Salome, Mary Magdalene, and more. Retrieving and analyzing rarely read works by Christina Rossetti, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Wordsworth, and many others, Women i… Read more…

Women of War, Women of Woe: Joshua and Judges through the Eyes of Nineteenth-Century Female Biblical Interpreters

Women of War, Women of Woe: Joshua and Judges through the Eyes of Nineteenth-Century Female Biblical Interpreters

by Marion Ann Taylor and Christiana de Groot

The stories of such women as Rahab, Deborah, Jael, Delilah, Jephthah's daughter, and the Levite's concubine raised thorny questions for nineteenth-century female biblical interpreters. Could a Victorian woman use her intelligence to negotiate like Rahab? Was the seemingly well-educated Deborah an appropriate role model? Or did Jephthah's daughter… Read more…