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Women in the Bible
Aired 1/25/2007

Many of us can recall powerful stories of important figures from the Old Testament, leaders like Abraham, Joseph, and King David. But today’s guest argues that there are other important characters in the Bible who have often been overlooked — women. These Biblical women had a powerful impact on the society around them and on the moral lessons that we can take with us today. Who were these women and what can we learn from their stories?
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  Naomi Rosenblatt
    Practicing psychotherapist and author of ‘After the Apple: Women in the Bible: Timeless Stories of Love, Lust, and Longing’.

Originally Aired: 10/6/2005

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