The CEB Women's Bible Hardcover
The CEB Women’s Bible is a full-featured, readable, and reliable women’s Bible for women’s groups and daily private devotion. It includes articles, reflections, and profiles on topics and biblical characters from women’s studies and women’s religious experience that are not typically found in Bibles for a non-academic audience. The goal was to produce a guide to help women grow in their understanding of and engagement with the Bible, and the life of a congregation.
The CEB Women’s Bible is intended for women in church leadership, women in the pews, and women who value spiritual practice in their lives. It is ideal for women who value equality and discussions related to issues of gender and justice and how those ideas are lived out through their faith.
About the Author
The Common English Bible is a new translation. One hundred and twenty biblical scholars from twenty-two faith traditions worked as translators. These women and men balanced rigorous accuracy in translation of the ancient texts with an equally passionate commitment to clarity of expression in contemporary English. The result is a clear, direct, and powerful English version of the scriptures for use in Bible study, devotional reading, and worship.
Jaime Clark-Soles graduated from Yale University with a MDiv, summa cum laude, and a PhD which prepared her to lead students through the topics of social history of the New Testament, death and afterlife in the New Testament, and the Gospel of John. Clark-Soles has written the forthcoming Scripture Cannot Be Broken: The Social Function of the Use of Scripture in the Fourth Gospel. She is the professor of New Testament, Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor at Perkins School of Theology in Dallas, Texas.
Judy L. Fentress-Williams is a professor of Old Testament at Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Virginia.
Ginger Gaines-Cirelli is the senior pastor at Foundry United Methodist Church in Washington, D.C.
Christine Chakoian is pastor and head of staff at First Presbyterian Church in Lake Forest, Illinois, one of the largest congregations in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to be led by a woman. She is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Yale Divinity School, and McCormick Theological Seminary (D.Min). She is an editor and writer for Feasting on the Gospels, a contributor to the Day1 radio program, 30 Good Minutes television show, and the Presbyterian Outlook magazine.
Rachel Baughman is the executive pastor of discipleship, at University Park United Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas.