Skip Moen has five earned degrees including a D. Phil. from Oxford University in England. He is the author of a dozen books and hundreds of articles, the fomer Academic Dean at Master's International Divinity School and the President of At God's Table, a 501c3 non-profit that has created a worldwide cyber community of followers of YHWH. He lives in Italy.
By examining every conversation Jesus had with a woman, we can learn how to deal with the common emotions of life. We discover the special role women play is relationships - with God and with others. Each conversation helps the reader look behind the Scripture to see women engaging the world. Both men and woman will find these ancient words perfectly relevant today.
Every woman knows she was designed for a special role — a role that has been denied to her far too long. Skip Moen re-examines the Genesis account from an Hebraic perspective. This supports a radical revision of contemporary views about women. This book is for anyone who wants to know how to make a relationship work according to God’s way.
Filled with truths that have been hidden from view in modern Bible translations, this book reveals how contemporary culture is built on a Greek foundation that stands in opposition to the biblical Hebraic view of the world. The book examines the differences in detail, showing how the Hebraic foundation can be recovered and implemented in daily life. In the process, God’s world will be restore.