Six New Gospels: New Testament Women Tell Their Stories

Six New Gospels New Testament Women Tell Their Stories Ideal for Bible study groups and others who are looking for scholarly background information paired with an imaginative exploration of the human and feminine dimensions of the gospel Martha and Mary o

  • Title: Six New Gospels: New Testament Women Tell Their Stories
  • Author: Margaret Hebblethwaite
  • ISBN: 9781561010875
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ideal for Bible study groups and others who are looking for scholarly background information paired with an imaginative exploration of the human and feminine dimensions of the gospel Martha and Mary of Bethany, Mary of Nazareth, Elizabeth, the woman of Samaria, and Mary Magdalene step from the pages of the Bible to tell their gospel stories.

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  • When Margaret Hebblethwaite wrote this book back in 1994 the idea of imagining the lives or back stories of women in the life of Christ and using that to re-tell and illumine the Gospel was probably quite a new or at least little traveled road but in the 17 years since she trail blazed it has been done in many other situations and, forgive me, but much better. The blurb on the back of the book declares how she is 'gently untangling and tentatively unwinding ' the truth from the stereotypical rel [...]


  • clearly a slow read. Umm, I liked that it emphasized that women were, indeed, a part of the regular group that followed Jesus, and despite the relegation to the background in most of the gospels, they played an intricate part of his ministry, during and after His time on earth. But, I really am not a fan of books that tell a story, yet half, or more, of the page is notes. It is distracting from the story overall.


  • What I really learned from this book is answers to some questions I had. And it really answered them. As a chrisian myself and the lives of these women. I think I could never measure up to them. But, I would liked to had the chance to see Jesus or even touch him. I really liked this book. I would tell anyone to read it. And If Jesus came today I think I wouldn't be able to speak to him.I would just fall down on my knees and cry.


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