In Twelve Extraordinary Women, you'll learn more than fascinating information about these women, you'll discover - perhaps for the first time-the unmistakable chronology of God's redemptive work in history through their lives. These women were not ancillary to His plan, they were at the very heart of it.
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This book must land in your eyes if not on your book shelf. This is a great reference book about how, why and most important who is in the Bible. I would suggest this book to anyone who reads this!
Sure, to brush up on what I learned from it again.
There are other books on women in the bible and most of them didn't really stick out to me. So I can't say its just like the others but there are quite a few books on women of the bible.
I won't say a scene since the book covers many people, but the book is great at going into each characters story and still focusing on the main woman even when other people in their lives are mentioned.
Yes, but since it was too long I had to break it up when I had time to listen to it.
I loved how descriptive this book was. You will get a full understanding of these women's stories in a very in depth look on their lives and the people around them.
I was delighted with this audiobook until the author began discussing the Blessed Virgin Mary. Then he began bashing the Catholic church and those who honor the Mother of Jesus. It was obvious that this author knows very little of what he was talking about. I could not finish listening to this audiobook because of this author's disregard for this very Holy woman. It was a great disappointment.
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