Women in the Old Testament

Women in the Old Testament

Author: Irene Nowell

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 0814624111

Page: 208

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Tells the stories of some of the women in the Old Testament of the Bible, including Sarah and Hagar, Samson's wife Delilah, Ruth and Naomi, Bathsheba, Queen Esther, and others.

Tells the stories of some of the women in the Old Testament of the Bible, including Sarah and Hagar, Samson's wife Delilah, Ruth and Naomi, Bathsheba, Queen Esther, and others.



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