Book Review of Bathsheba Bathed in Grace by Carol Cook

Bathsheba Bathed in Grace: How 8 Scandalous Women Changed the World
By: Carol Cook
Genre: Christian
227 pages
Publisher: West Bow Press, 2012

Adultery, lies, deception, scandal, murder, cover-up, heartache, pain, and loss—stories with these sordid elements are relevant today. And women with shady pasts—labeled, shamed, and linked with tragedies—are part of our heritage. Bathsheba, a victim or temptress, Eve outside of Eden, Tamar posed as a prostitute, Leah stole her sister Rachel’s fiancé…Sarah gave Hagar to her husband and Rebekah masterminded a grave deception. How well do you really know the women of the Bible?

An interesting read about the women of the Bible who possessed questionable morals. It provides a new perspective on their actions. I found it to be a fascinating read.

3 stars

* I was provided a complimentary copy from the publisher via BookLook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.

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