'IT'S NOT YOUR FATHER'S HEBREW BIBLE'

"The phenomenal success of Dan Brown's novel The DaVinci Code suggests that men and women share a deep hunger to know where women fit into Biblical texts, and into the history that follows." So said Anne Braude, of Harvard Divinity School, when she introduced the guests taking part in a December 9 panel discussion on women and spirituality in a series sponsored by The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity in Boston.

The topic for the evening, "It's not your father's Hebrew Bible," was discussed by authors with strikingly different approaches.

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