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9th Grade Women in Hebrew Scriptures: Home

Creation of Eve by Michelangelo

Bible Commentaries from EBSCO (select database/reference source on NT)

Women's Bible Commentary - edited by Newsome, Ringe and Lapsley (unlimited users)

Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible - edited by Dunn and Rogerson / (unlimited users; no page #s

(Other Bible commentaries are available in print format in the US Library)

EBSCO eBook Collection (Choose database/book on NoodleTools. Open the chapter/section field. Include page #s if given.)

Dynamic Women of the Bible: What We Can Learn from Their Surprising Stories (1 user at a time)

(Deborah, Esther, Rebekah, Ruth)

A Faith of Her Own: Women of the Old Testament  (1 user at a time; no page #s)

(Deborah, Esther, Rebekah, Ruth)

The Friendship of Women: The Hidden Tradition of the Bible

(Deborah, Esther, Ruth)

Good Girls, Bad Girls: The Enduring Lessons of Twelve Women of the Old Testament

(Rebekah, Ruth)

Women in the Old Testament (3 users at a time; no page #s)

(Deborah, Esther, Judith, Rebekah, Ruth)

*Women in Scripture: A Dictionary of Named and Unnamed Women of the Hebrew Bible, the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books and the New Testament (1 user at a time; no page #s)

(Deborah, Esther, Judith, Rebekah, Ruth)

Women's Rights and the Bible: Implications for Christian Ethics and Social Policy (no page #s)

(Deborah, Esther, Judith, Rebekah, Ruth)

Women Who Wrestled with God: Biblical Stories of Israel's Beginning (3 users at a time; no page #s)

(Rebekah, Ruth)

*Ask Ms. Burke for the print version of this book. It's much easier to use. Cite it as a "Print/Reference Source on NT.

Recommended Websites (Choose Website/Web page on NoodleTools)

Jewish Women's Archive

Good News Translation (Bible Gateway) 

Do NOT cite the Bible as one of your sources in NoodleTools. DO cite it parenthetically in your essay.

Also, do not cite the biblical passages as they appear in EBSCO ebooks.  (See this example of Biblical text appearing in an ebook.) Biblical parentheticals should be book chapter, verse in parentheses cited directly from the Good News Bible Translation on Bible Gateway, Ex.: (Gen. 3:1-2).

Note: In addition to the databases, ebooks, and websites provided, any sources or websites you choose must be of a sufficiently scholarly nature. Do not use short database entries that are only a few sentences long. See Ms. Vanderbauwhede, Ms. Jordan Collins, Mr. Salzman or Ms. Burke if you are uncertain about the quality of a source.)