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Bad Girls of the Bible Chapter Summary & Analysis - Introduction, Turn Signal Summary

Liz Curtis Higgs
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Introduction, Turn Signal Summary and Analysis

In Bad Girls of the Bible: And What We Can Learn From Them, Liz Curtis Higgs examines the lives, situations, and personalities of ten Bad Girls from the Bible. She argues that many women may not connect as well with the Good Girls of the Bible, like Ruth, Mary, and Esther, because earthly women are sinful and mess up from time to time. The Bad Girls of the Bible give women who have their own pasts to deal with examples of what to do or not to do in their own lives. Higgs argues that while women can learn from the Good Girls, they can also learn from the Bad Girls of the Bible as well.

Ruthie didn't see the fist coming toward her face until it was too late. She is nineteen and a good girl in her small town...

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