Esther Book

Esther


  • Author :
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date : 1835
  • Genre: Bible
  • Pages : 77
  • ISBN 10 : HARVARD:32044077904704

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Esther Book

Esther


  • Author : Trudy J. Morgan-Cole
  • Publisher : Review and Herald Pub Assoc
  • Release Date : 2009
  • Genre: Jews
  • Pages : 144
  • ISBN 10 : 9780828024303

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Esther Book Description :

In the fifth-century B.C, a beautiful Jewish girl named Esther becomes the queen of Persia and discovers God's purpose for her life when she courageously saves her people from death at the hands of the evil Haman.

The Book of Esther in Modern Research Book

The Book of Esther in Modern Research


  • Author : Leonard Greenspoon
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release Date : 2003-10-01
  • Genre: Religion
  • Pages : 370
  • ISBN 10 : 9780826438683

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The Book of Esther in Modern Research Book Description :

The proceedings of a symposium entitled Esther 2000 held in Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska in April 2000, the book contains a collection of essays that engages all aspects of the biblical book of Esther. From questions of textual criticism to the history of rabbinic interpretation to speculation on the modern form of commentary, this collection is sure to contain something for everyone interested in the book of Esther. Contributors include such well-known Esther scholars as Michael Fox, David Clines, and Carey Moore.

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Esther


  • Author : Trudy Morgan-Cole
  • Publisher : Review and Herald Pub Assoc
  • Release Date : 2003
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Pages : 394
  • ISBN 10 : 0828017603

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Esther Book Description :

Trapped in the sensual swirl of an alien culture, her poise, beauty, and skill with the four-stringed oud caught the eye of Hegai. As she rose through the harem ranks, her true identity carefully concealed, her faith in eclipse, Esther had no inkling that the fate of a nation would hang upon her courage. Based on meticulous historical research, Trudy J. Morgan-Cole weaves the biblical story of Esther into secular history. Her deep narrative, involving more than 70 characters, brings to life the Zoroastrian society of ancient Persia and chronicles the known exploits and foibles of king Xerxes in authentic detail. Her amazing story shows how God turns women with common fears, struggles, and identity crises into heroines of faith. If you liked Terri Fivash's Joseph, you'll love Trudy J. Morgan-Cole's Esther.

Esther Book

Esther


  • Author : Rosa Nouchette Carey
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date : 1895
  • Genre:
  • Pages : 180
  • ISBN 10 : PRNC:32101066121219

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Esther and Ruth Book

Esther and Ruth


  • Author : Patricia K. Tull
  • Publisher : Westminster John Knox Press
  • Release Date : 2003-01-01
  • Genre: Religion
  • Pages : 94
  • ISBN 10 : 0664226701

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Esther and Ruth Book Description :

"Interpretation Bible Studies (IBS) offers solid biblical content in a creative study format. Forged in the tradition of the celebrated Interpretation commentary series, IBS makes the same depth of biblical insight available in a dynamic, flexible, and user-friendly resource. Designed for adults and older youth, Interpretation Bible Studies can be used in small groups, in church school classes, in large groups presentations, or in personal study. Each volume focuses on ten key passages from a book of the Bible and can serve as the basis for a ten-session study or be easily modified for shorter or longer schedules. Featuring maps, illustrations, definitions of key terms, interesting biblical facts, questions for reflection or discussion, as well as a leader's guide in each book with suggestions for group use, IBS combines a great heritage of scholarship with a fresh approach to biblical study."--BOOK JACKET.

Esther Book

Esther


  • Author : Carol Bechtel
  • Publisher : Westminster John Knox Press
  • Release Date : 1968
  • Genre: Religion
  • Pages :
  • ISBN 10 : 0664237452

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Esther Book Description :

Presents an interpretation of Esther, written especially for teachers and preachers, looking at the historical setting, literary structures, and theological themes in the story of the courageous and faithful biblical queen.

Esther Scroll Book

Esther Scroll


  • Author : David J. A. Clines
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release Date : 1984-08-01
  • Genre: Religion
  • Pages : 260
  • ISBN 10 : 9780567157133

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Esther Scroll Book Description :

The book of Esther emerges from complex origins. According to David J. A. Clines, the story combines elements from numerous literary, textual, and storytelling traditions. Through the telling and retelling of the story, the book as it appears in the modern canon slowly emerges. In this volume, Clines uncovers this fascinating history by examining the literary and textual elements of the book, the shape of the story, and the shifts in meaning as new generations have retold the story and interpreted it for their own time.

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Esther


  • Author : Charles R. Swindoll
  • Publisher : Thomas Nelson
  • Release Date : 1997-09-26
  • Genre: Religion
  • Pages : 224
  • ISBN 10 : 9781418515461

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Esther Book Description :

Everyone loves a transformation story. Rags to riches. Plain to beautiful. Weak to strong. Esther's story is that, but it is much more. It is a thought-provoking study of God's invisible hand writing silently and unseen across the pages of human history. Perhaps most of all, Esther's story is the account of godly attributes like courage, dignity, wisdom, and strength?attributes that blocked an evil plot, overthrew an arrogant killer, and replaced terror with joy in thousands of Jewish homes. Author Chuck Swindoll interweaves the ancient, real-life story with insight not only into the virtues of Queen Esther, but also into how the qualities that formed and empowered her can be ours. Esther is the second volume of Charles Swindoll's best-selling series, which examines great lives from God's Word and reveals the strengths and weaknesses that make God's men and women both great . . . and human. Many of the most beloved biblical heroes were ordinary folks. Shepherds. Fishermen. Servants. Widows. Even harlots and petty thieves. One by one, they changed the course of history. Swindoll explains that these men and women did not become great in their own strength but were empowered by God when they surrendered their lives to Him. To live such a life that God considers great is within the reach of everyone who submits to Him.