Bad Girls of the Bible: And What We Can Learn from Them

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Cengage Gale, Feb 1, 2003 - Fiction - 442 pages
79 Reviews
A Gold Medallion Book Award-nominee
A CBA Bestseller

What do you have in common with the role models in the Bible? Can these bad girls from the past teach us to be good girls in the present? Yes! These infamous sisters can show us how not to handle the challenges of life.

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Very approachable book--great for a women's group

User Review  - schloems -

I got this book to study with a small group. Everyone loves the book and we have great discussions. There are discussion questions in the back which really help apply the story and Biblical principles ... Read full review

This book is funny and insightful.

User Review  - Mishka -

Higgs once again brings to life the stories in the bible. She creates good narratives that get right to the heart and then helps us learn how to apply these biblical stories to our lives. I love how she adapts each bad girl story to a more modern narrative. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Liz Curtis Higgs has had award-winning careers in radio broadcasting, public speaking, nonfiction writing, and children's books. She is the author of 27 books, with more than 3 million copies in print. Her fiction to date includes two contemporary novels, one novella, and five historical novels, among them her bestseller, Thorn in My Heart. Her popular nonfiction books include the Bad Girls of the Bible series of books, workbooks, and DVDs, with more than one million copies in print. Liz Curtis higgs earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Bellarmine College. She is married to Bill Higgs, Ph.D., who serves as Director of Operations for her speaking and writing office. They live in Kentucky and are the proud parents of Matthew and Lillian.

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