Bad Girls of the Bible - Conclusion, From Bad to Verse Summary & Analysis

Liz Curtis Higgs
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Higgs wonders whether the reader has found herself in any of the Bible's Bad Girls. She says that she identifies with all of them in some way or another. The common ground between the Good Girls and the Bad Girls is that they all need a savior. Their goodness won't get them into heaven and their badness won't keep them out. Christ can save both.

Higgs reminds the reader that God loves her. She also says that she appreciates the reader herself. Higgs and her readers, along with other Christian women, can use the wisdom from the Bad Girls to become better Christians. She includes a short poem that lists all of the Bad Girls in the book and says that God has the power to change their lives if they ask.

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