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All of the Women of the Bible Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14, Nameless Women Summary

Edith Deen
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Chapter 14, Nameless Women Summary and Analysis

Here, the remainder of the book is devoted to women who are not mentioned by name. This provides greater opportunities for insight and for edification. Truths of life can be portrayed through anonymous figures. Their roles are explored and are shown. The first of these is the daughter. Edith Deen writes that "daughter" is mentioned two hundred times in The Bible. It is normally used specifically in the same way it is used today. There are times when it means the females in general with respect to the religion, or nation or culture of a people. Ethical standards for sexual behavior are mentioned and discussed. The most strict punishment for promiscuous women is in the case that she is the daughter of a priest. When she behaves that way, despite being a Jewish priest's daughter, then the Biblical penalty is that...

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