Women in the Bible: How their stories help us

With Madelon Maupin

When you think of notable women who've shaped the world we live in today, do you think of Lydia? Or how about Abigail? Our guest this week discusses the stories—and impact—of these and other female biblical figures and invites you to consider with her their continuing relevance.

Citations referenced in this episode:

From the Bible, King James Version:
Genesis 2:21—3:24
Genesis 17:17, 19–21; 18:9–14; 21:2, 3
Genesis 25:20–26
Genesis 29:18–31; 30:22–24
Ruth 1:16–18, 22—2:3, 5–11, 15–18; 4:13–15
Genesis 16:3–13, 15—17:4; 21:9–18
I Samuel 25:3, 14–35, 39–42
John 4:5–42
Mark 6:16–29
Mark 6:35–44
Acts 16:13–18
Acts 18:1–28
Mark 16:9–11

From the writings of Mary Baker Eddy:
Poems, p. 21

Check out these videos created by the Sentinel for kids about Abigail and her importance in the Old Testament:
Abigail's story
Abigail's song

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