Item description for Leave Her Alone by Megan McKenna...
Overview Stories and reflections introduce the women of the Bible and the uniqueness of their understanding of God.
Publishers Description This sequel to Not Counting Women and Children introduces the women of the Bible and the uniqueness of their understanding God through stories and reflections.
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Studio: Orbis Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.25" Width: 5.41" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.64 lbs.
Release Date Dec 3, 2005
Publisher Orbis Books
ISBN 1570752656 ISBN13 9781570752650
Availability 104 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 12:52.
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More About Megan McKenna
MEGAN McKENNA is an internationally known author, lecturer, retreat leader, and spiritual director. She received her doctorate from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, and has taught in Dublin, Ireland, Chicago, San Francisco, and Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she currently lives. She is the author of more than fifteen books, including Send My Roots Rain and The New Stations of the Cross, both published by Doubleday.
Megan McKenna currently resides in Albuquerque Alburquerque Albur, in the state of New Mexico.
Megan McKenna has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Leave Her Alone?
The Story of our Foremothers Mar 30, 2000
You have done it again, Megan McKenna, left me overwhelmed with insights, this time about myself and who I am as a woman loved by God. Maybe it was the comment about grandmothers bragging but that was one special chapter right there. As a sequel to Not Counting Women and Children, this book contains many examples of what is waiting between the lines and behind the stories in scripture. The examples from midrash and other traditions add womderfully to the values the women of the Bible are hoping to teach us, women in the Third Millenium after Christ. Will we ever learn?