Would You Rather: Biblical Esther or Ruth?

Would you rather live in a retelling of Esther like in … The Esther Paradigm by Sarah Monzon?

The Esther Paradigm
Hannah Pratt dreams of starting a school for the Bedouin clan she grew up with as a missionary kid, and finally her hopes are coming true. But shortly after she returns to the desert from her college years in the U.S., she discovers her parents have received threats from their Muslim neighbors. As the danger escalates, Hannah finds she’s in the middle of a battle no one seems to understand. She must decide to what lengths she’ll go to stay faithful to the mission to which God has called her. Even if it costs her everything.

As sheikh, Karim Al-Amir feels the weight of responsibility as the leader of his people. When a mysterious illness ravishes the clan’s flocks and threatens to destroy their centuries-old way of life, locals believe the American doctors and their daughter, his childhood friend, Hannah, are to blame. Karim must do something to keep them safe—even if the only solution can be found within marriage vows.

In a society where the line is drawn between us and them, Christianity is outlawed, and foreigners are mistrusted, will their union heal wounds or inflict the final fatal blow?

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Or would you want to be pulled into a retelling of Ruth like in … Shadow Among Sheaves by Naomi Stephens

Shadow Among Sheaves
A Timeless, Beautiful Allegory of the Biblical Love Story of Ruth and Boaz
The Great Rebellion of 1857 was a remarkably bloody business. At a time when Britain’s imperial influence in India was sparking brutal clashes on both sides, no one could have expected Rena, an Indian woman, to marry a British officer—nor do they understand her decision to follow her mother-in-law to England after her husband’s tragic death. 

Once the two widows are in Abbotsville, the stern yet compassionate Lord Barric attempts to help them despite his better judgment. Soon he is torn between the demands of reputation and his increasing desire to capture Rena’s heart for his own.

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What do you think, would you want to be in either story?

4 responses to “Would You Rather: Biblical Esther or Ruth?”

  1. Yeah, neither of these sound like something I would enjoy… and tbh, I would want to take Esther or Ruth’s place XD


    1. Hehe, somehow I expected that from Kassie, I should have though about you too. LOL


  2. Yeahhh, I would rather be Jael than Esther or Ruth any day ☺️


    1. Hahahahah, unsurprisingly I can see that. 😉


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