Jesus Through the Eyes of Women: How the First Female Disciples Help Us Know and Love the Lord

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Jesus Through the Eyes of Women: How the First Female Disciples Help Us Know and Love the Lord

Jesus Through the Eyes of Women: How the First Female Disciples Help Us Know and Love the Lord

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We affirm that work is part of God’s plan for human beings participating in the cultivation and stewardship of creation. Jesus is no more put off by our inevitable uncleanness than a mother who has just given birth would be put off from holding her blood-smeared newborn. All the stars for this I insightful and inspiring look at Jesus through the eyes of the women in the gospels. This fascinating and inspiring book closes with a look at how the first eyewitnesses of Jesus’ resurrection were women.

Rebecca's subsequent walk through the four canonical gospels' eyewitness accounts of women whom Jesus loved makes for an exhorting and encouraging read and portrays a beautiful picture of Jesus through the eyes of his women followers. We affirm that AI-related advances in medical technologies are expressions of God’s common grace through and for people created in His image and that these advances will increase our capacity to provide enhanced medical diagnostics and therapeutic interventions as we seek to care for all people. Michelle Nash , President of the Military Council of Catholic Women Worldwide "This book beautifully articulates the profound longing of the human heart: to love and be loved.She is fair and clear in demonstrating through the Gospels how Jesus valued women through His interactions and His Spirit’s inclusion of their testimonies as key. Um zu verstehen, dass Jesus jedem Menschen Vergebung gebracht hat, dazu muss ich nur den Anfang des Kolosserbriefes lesen.

Rebecca McLaughlin holds a PhD from Cambridge University and a theology degree from Oak Hill Seminary in London. The book includes many discussion prompts at the end of every chapter, as well as Bible study questions to help you go deeper in the text. AI should be designed and used in such ways that treat all human beings as having equal worth and dignity. Perhaps one weakness should be noted and that is that McLaughlin adds one point that shows she confuses Israel and the church. What we see through their eyes is not an alternative Jesus, but rather the authentic Jesus, who welcomes both men and women as his disciples.

As we look at Jesus through his mother’s eyes, we see how God grabs ordinary folk to be his chosen agents in this world. In this way, Jesus Through the Eyes of Women bridges the growing gap between how cultures—both the New Testament’s and our own—treat women who equally bear God’s image, and how the Jesus of the Bible did. If you have benefited from Bailey's work over the years, this book will be a welcome and indispensable addition to your library. I appreciated how the author sections the book and then has study or reflection questions after each chapter. Through it all, Bailey employs his trademark expertise as a master of Middle Eastern culture to lead you into a deeper understanding of the person and significance of Jesus within his own cultural context.

The use of AI may mitigate the loss of human life, provide greater protection of non-combatants, and inform better policymaking. It’s paradigm-shifting, then, to consider that this Martha is the one to whom Jesus later speaks some of his “most world-transforming” words: “I am the resurrection and the life. I wish people who claim to be Christian were required to use this as a litmus test of their faith and follow through. D. in renaissance literature and a degree in theology, McLaughlin brings an academic’s understanding of history, context, and biblical commentary to bear on the core question of this book: How did the women named in the Bible describe their interactions with a Christ who was as countercultural then as he is today? And I say ‘use’ not in way that denotes ‘takes advantage of’ but in a sense of respect; women were valuable and vital in God’s plan for his Son and his Gospel message.

I appreciated her staying true to scripture as she brought out our God created uniqueness and worth.



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