Book review: The Prophetess, by Jill Eileen Smith

The Prophetess…by the title, anyone who is biblically literate can guess that this book is about Deborah, the Old Testament prohet — a prophet given to Israel as a judgement against their sin.

The book is well-done, dramatic, action-packed and illuminating. The author has fleshed out Deborah’s life, added dimension with well-defined and imaginative characters. What a calling this must be to be true to scripture, yet add fictional details. Some might not approve of doing that at all, but we can still admire this author’s creativity.

Here’s a pic of Gracious Woman and her son, from June, 2014104_2667

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