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By Jewish Publication Society / 1996–2011/
Have you ever wondered about the untold stories of the biblical matriarchs? Are you curious to know the relevance these women and Judaism have in the contemporary world?
The Jewish Women Collection presents four volumes on the biblical matriarchs. Two volumes bring new life to the matriarchs with creative interpretations on what their lives, thoughts, and responses might have been in their specific circumstances—whether it be Sarah’s reaction to Abraham almost sacrificing Isaac, or Job’s wife’s righteous anger. The other two volumes focus on the role of Jewish women from post-biblical times to the present. They examine the changes that have occurred in Jewish tradition throughout the centuries and provide insights on how women can continue to learn from the biblical matriarchs and apply their principles to daily godly living.
The Jewish Women Collection (4 vols.) brings women—Jewish or Christian—a deeper understanding of the matriarchs and illustrates the practical insights they can gain from these women in their present lives as friends, mothers, and spouses.
With Noet, the Jewish Women Collection is easily searchable. Scripture passages appear on mouse-over, and all cross-references are linked to the other resources in your digital library, making this collection more powerful and easier to access than ever before for matriarchal study. With the advanced search features of Noet, you can perform powerful searches, for example, finding every mention of “Eve” or “Genesis 18.”