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Item Name: Bible Stories Revisited Discover your Story in the Old Testament
Item Number: 978-1-61956-080-2
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Bible Stories Revisited, Discover your story in the Old Testament. Sr. Macrina Scott, OSF

“Many of us learned Bible stories as children. When we revisit them later in life we bring a rich treasure of life experience that gives a depth and meaning to the stories. At the same time, the Biblical stories help us to appreciate and share stories from our own lives.” From the Introduction

In the Bible Stories Revisited, biblical educator Macrina Scott encourages individuals and groups to read the Bible through the lens of their own life stories to see how God has been at work in their lives. She includes 24 Old Testament stories and offers reflection on each Scripture story based on modern scholarship and her insights as religious educator and scholar. Bible Stories Revisited provides extraordinary opportunities for spiritual growth, especially for those who have fulfilled responsibilities to children and careers. Old Testament stories include:

Abraham
Hagar and Sarah
Abraham and Isaac
Rebekah and the Twins
Joseph
Moses
Naomi
Hannah and Samuel
David
King Solomon
Jeremiah
Judith
Tobit
Job

MACRINA SCOTT, OSF, a Marycrest Franciscan, is a founder and director of the Catholic Bible School of the Archdicese of Denver. She is the author of Bible Stories Revisited: Discover Your Story in the Old Testament and Picking the “Right” Bible Study Program (ACTA) as well as numerous articles. She is responsible for The Denver Catholic Biblical School Program (Paulist Press). She holds a B.A. from Regis College, Denver, and an M.T.S. from Franciscan School of Theology, Berkeley.