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  • Keywords
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    • Christianity,
    • Cultures of the Bible,
    • Judaism,
    • Teachings of Jesus,
    • Women of the Bible,
    • Women of faith

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Daughters of the King
Women of the Bible who Changed History
by Jack Vogt

In this inspiring and thought-provoking study of women in the Bible, Jack Vogt unpacks the influence of the cultural context on the writers of scripture and uses this to present both genders as critical and equal members of the body of Christ. Beginning with the first three chapters of Genesis, Mr. Vogt demonstrates how the ideal, harmonious situation God designed was upset by the fall, ushering in centuries of patriarchal societies in which men “ruled” over women. He then explores characters of the Old and New Testaments, comparing their stories to the Genesis model. Through these women, God seeks to advance his kingdom, in which male and female live in unity. Rich in research and established on a foundation of scripture, Daughters of the King is a Bible study that challenges traditional thinking and opens the door to a new understanding of the role of women in church work and leadership as it trumpets a return to God’s original, ideal plan.

“It’s full of helpful insights — a needed message for the church today!” —Carmen Joy Imes, Talbot School of Theology. “Gender differences should be a matter of equality and affirmation.” —August H. Konkel, McMaster Divinity College.

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Jack Vogt spent seven years in formal study in Bible College and Seminary, and for the last thirty years, he has studied and taught biblical and narrative theology. Together with his wife Lucy of 45 years, they spend five months of the year in Hermosillo, Mexico where they serve teaching a Bible course annually and running seminars taught by visiting professors. The rest of the year they live in Whitehorse, Yukon, enjoying the wilderness and spending their time in construction, gardening, and being grandparents.


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