Women in the Old Testament: Susannah

Women in the Old Testament

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Daniel 13:1-64. The account of Susannah has an unusual textual history. Although we now only have it in Greek versions

The Song of Songs – a Hebrew idiom meaning 'the greatest song' – is one of the most intriguing books in

Found at the beginning of the Book of Esther, the story of Queen Vashti has largely been overshadowed by the

The book of Judith is a carefully crafted work that combines a good story with a powerful theological punch. The

The Book of Tobit is not one of the best known books of the Bible, not least, I suppose, because

1 Kings 10:1-13.The visit of the Queen of Sheba from afar to King Solomon to hear his wisdom has been

Abishag the Shunammite makes her appearance in the twilight years of King David’s life: a young woman, she cherishes and

Bathsheba ('daughter of the oath') is one of only five women to be mentioned, albeit indirectly as 'the wife of

The story of Hannah, found in the first book of Samuel, is both moving and inspiring. The wife of Elkanah,

Thus far Godzdogz's series on the women of the Old Testament has often had cause to draw attention to the

Naomi is a major character in the Book of Ruth. This short book is an endearingly told account of how

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