Sex Roles (2008) 59:298–300 DOI 10.1007/s11199-008-9422-6 BOOK REVIEW The Fruit of Her Hands: A Psychology of Biblical Women. By Matthew B. Schwartz and Kalman J. Kaplan, Grand Rapids, Michigan, William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2007. 197 pp. $15.00 (paperback). ISBN-13-978-0-8028-1772-3 Rebecca I. Denova Published online: 4 April 2008 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2008 At first glance, we should welcome a psychological study Starting with Eve in their exegesis of the relevant of Biblical women to add to the growing volumes of passages and the important term, “helpmeet-opposite” (ezer historical, archeological, and literary studies that have kenegdo), they press their argument that women can enriched our understanding of both men and women in balance dual roles: “the woman in her relationship with a this ancient culture. But one of the reasons that there are so man is a supportive helper (ezer), but when he is wrong, her few psychological studies arises from the incredible support takes the role of opposing him (kenegdo). At her problems inherent in attempting to evaluate the material at best, the woman will be kind and supportive but also wise hand: we are constrained by the very nature of the text we and independent”
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