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Female Scripture Biographies, Volume I   By: (1783-1853)

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Female Scripture Biographies, Volume I by Francis Augustus Cox is a comprehensive and engaging look at the lives of prominent women in the Bible. Cox provides detailed and insightful biographies of figures such as Eve, Sarah, Hagar, and Rebekah, shedding light on their experiences, struggles, and contributions to biblical history.

One of the strengths of this book is Cox's adept storytelling, which brings these ancient stories to life in a way that is accessible and engaging for modern readers. His analysis of the cultural and social context in which these women lived adds depth and nuance to their stories, helping readers to appreciate the challenges they faced and the significance of their actions.

Cox also does a commendable job of highlighting the spiritual and moral lessons that can be gleaned from the experiences of these biblical women. Through their stories, he shows how faith, courage, and resilience can lead to personal growth and spiritual transformation.

Overall, Female Scripture Biographies, Volume I is a well-researched and thought-provoking exploration of the lives of some of the most important women in the Bible. It is a valuable resource for anyone interested in biblical studies, women's history, or spiritual growth.

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Female Scripture Biography:

Including an Essay on What Christianity Has Done for Women.

By Francis Augustus Cox, A.M.

"It is a necessary charity to the (female) sex to acquaint them with their own value, to animate them to some higher thoughts of themselves, not to yield their suffrage to those injurious estimates the world hath made of them, and from a supposed incapacity of noble things, to neglect the pursuit of them, from which God and nature have no more precluded the feminine than the masculine part of mankind."

The Ladies' Calling, Pref.




Notwithstanding the variety of theological publications of a devotional class, which are perpetually issuing from the press, the author concurs in the opinion of those who think they can scarcely be too numerous. It may reasonably be hoped, that in proportion to the multiplication of works of this kind, the almost incalculable diversities of taste will be suited; and that those who may be disinclined to one style of writing, or to a particular series of subjects, may be allured by their predilections to the perusal of others.

Amidst the general plenty, however, there is one department which experiences a degree of scarcity a department to which these volumes properly belong... Continue reading book >>

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