Women Unbound: Midrash From the Hebrew Scriptures

This was my talkative week (thank goodness it is now done).  I preached twice and last night participated in a special program on women in the Hebrew Scriptures. We had stories from Eve, Hannah, Jael, Rahab, Dinah, Tamar and even the Concubine of Bethlehem. And for a few minutes, I got to be Makeda, the Queen of Sheba. (assuming you know the Ethiopian version of the story)

The program, Women Unbound, is now available as a webcast. If you are interested you can go here to see it.

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One thought on “Women Unbound: Midrash From the Hebrew Scriptures

  1. “(assuming you know the Ethiopian version of the story)”

    Now why would you assume that Kim? Unless of course you are assuming that most of your readers are fellow seminarians or something. I expect most U*Us, to say nothing of most other people, are only vaguely or superficially familiar with the Biblical version of the story of the Queen of Sheba let alone the Ethiopian one, and I don’t exclude myself from that demographic. . . 🙂

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