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And Now, For Something Entirely Different…

My new book, Dodging Shells, has finally been published. And if you were expecting something more along the biblical line, you’re in for a surprise! Just when you thought I’d spared you all those tedious battles in the Old Testament, … Continue reading

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The Apocrypha

It’s been suggested that copies of Once More, From the Beginning should replace Gideon Bibles in lonely hotel rooms and that every Bible College should have a copy – perhaps not for inspiration, but more for a good healthy laugh, … Continue reading

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The Woman’s Bible

I’m not the first woman who has tackled the Old Testament. Oh, by no means! Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born in New York State in 1815. Daughter of a judge, she had an unusually fine education . . . for … Continue reading

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Here’s how it started…from the beginning

I was sitting on the deck one summer afternoon, telling my daughter about a few of the more obscure details of biblical law Jewish scholars have chosen to debate over the years — laws that had long since lost their … Continue reading

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