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All of the Women of the Bible Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13, Alphabetical Listing of Named Women Summary

Edith Deen
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Chapter 13, Alphabetical Listing of Named Women Summary and Analysis

As the book progresses, the number of women covered by a chapter of the text grows. It is well known that women in the Bible have tended to be background characters. This can be upsetting. However, Edith Deen takes the trouble to show that even when cast in such roles, the stories of these women are valuable. The number of women per chapter of the book has increased. The most prominent women have been put first, with the others included later.

At this point, the book changes. The author cites the remainder of the text as being Section II - Alphabetical Listing of Named Women. There are 189 of these listings. Each has a quotation from The Bible - in an English version, so that readers know precisely where this information came from. The reports on...

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