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Sue Homer

Sue Homer
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Sue Horner has been involved with EEWC since 1978, serving in a variety of leadership roles, including acting as the EEWC archivist and representing the membership on the executive council. She formerly taught at North Park University in Chicago. She is currently Scholar in Residence at The American College of Greece.

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Revelation 12:1-17—Part Two: Female Imagery in Revelation

“The heavenly woman of Revelation 12:1-17 calls for more attention, just as great literature often demands more than one reading before we can fully absorb it. While researching and writing the first draft of this lesson, I realized that our extraordinary woman was not the lone female in the story.”

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In Search of Life-Giving Christian Symbols

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