Vindicating the Vixens looks at female characters in the Bible who have often been judged, condemned, marginalized, ignored, or ridiculed, and shows how these women are actually presented by the text as heroes to emulate or examples to be followed.
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My new book, What is Prayer?, came out last week. If you buy it TODAY, and then let me know you bought it, I will send you $250 in bonus materials about prayer. These include audio teachings and a PDF of the book. Learn more in the blog post itself by clicking the image.
What is the book of Jonah all about? Is it about God’s heart for all the people of the world? Is it about how God wants you to get involved in world missions? In this final study of the book of Jonah, you will learn what the book of Jonah is all about.
My new book is out! It is titled, What is Prayer? If you buy the book before December 19, I will send you several bonus materials related to the topic of prayer. Read the post to get more details.
Jonah 4:10-11 contain the final question of God to Jonah. But Jonah does not answer. The ending of the story is very abrupt. We will see why in the final study of Jonah next week. For now, we learn that God loves all people, even those we consider evil.
Modern adoption was not like ancient adoption. It was not about giving parents to a child who had none, but was about giving honor and inheritance to a child who had done something good for the family. It was about naming a child as an heir.