Richard Neitzel Holzapfel and Gaye Strathearn. Salt Lake City, UT: Deseret Book Company. Talk on CD, approx. 61 minutes.
What can we learn from the New Testament about the Savior’s encounters with women? Are there lessons to be learned from the examples of specific women in the New Testament? What can we learn from the depiction of women in the letters of Paul? This insightful discussion between a professor of Jewish history and a professor of the New Testament considers the cultural, religious, and economic roles of women as those roles evolved from pre-Christian times into the New Testament period.
- Examines the influence of key women in the scriptures
- An interesting blend of culture, history, and theology
- A valuable addition to any study of the New Testament