Deborah and Jael, two of the great women in Judges 4-5: How have women read these stories in the past and what might God be saying to us today?
Professor Marion Taylor has taught Old Testament at Wycliff e College since 1986 following graduate studies at Yale University. Her interest in the history of the interpretation of the Bible centres on women interpreters. Her most recent book, Th e Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters: a historical and biographical guide (2012) provides an exciting new resource for those interested in the history of the reception of the biblical texts and theology. She is currently preparing anthologies of nineteenth-century women’s writings on the women in the gospels and the women in Joshua and Judges. She is married to Prof. Glen Taylor, they have three adult children.
Ministry in Kenya: How God is using women inspired by Scripture to bring His message of love and healing to a broken world.
The Rev. Rhoda Luvuno Wabukala is an ordained Priest of the Anglican Church of Kenya. She holds a degree in Divinity and a Master’s in HIV and Community Care from St. Paul’s University, Limuru Kenya in conjunction with Lampeter University in UK. Mrs. Wabukala has worked at the Anglican Church of Kenya training fellow clergy about HIV and AIDS and how to minister to the infected and start congregational responses. In May 2012, she married Archbishop Eliud Wabukala, her role has now changed as the chair of the National Council of our Christian women Organization : Mothers Union and also the small Diocese of All Saints Cathedral.
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