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Review: Really Bad Girls of the Bible

09 Aug Posted by in Reviews | Comments
Review: Really Bad Girls of the Bible

Really Bad Girls of the Bible by Liz Curtis Higgs
Reviewed by: Mary Ann Bell
Genre: Bible Study
Publisher: Waterbrook
Publication Date: December 1, 2016

Once again , author Liz Curtis Higgs, with all her fresh honesty, fun, and her deep biblical knowledge, takes readers back to biblical times and brings them back to their own world while showing them the compassionate forgiveness and love God has for each and every one, no matter how grave the sins. She shows how God can use bad and sinful choices for good. This book, as all her books do, creates the desire to read the book of truth, the Bible.

The book is written in two parts per chapter. The first part is an illustration story and the second part is the actual bible recount of the character. One thing that Liz always does is back up her references to the scriptures. She also gives some questions at the end of each chapter that will make readers think.
This book speaks to a woman’s heart. It shows that all women (and men) are sorry creatures because of our sinful nature, which produces sinful thoughts, words, and deeds.
This is very good reading, and one can learn lots through others’ mistakes.

Rated PG-13: General rating, it’s appropriate for most ages

Reviewer’s copy was provided by the Publisher. Thank you!

 


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