The Gospel of Ruth

The Gospel of Ruth

Traditionally, the Book of Ruth is viewed as a beautiful love story between Ruth and Boaz. But if you dig deeper, you'll find startling revelations---that God makes much of broken lives, he calls men and women to serve him together, and he's counting on his daughters to build his kingdom. Now in softcover.


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Publisher Harper Collins
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ISBN 0310330858
Pages 226 pages
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