Every woman knows she was designed for a special role – a role that has been denied to her far too long. In this study of the Bible, Skip Moen re-examines the Genesis account from an Hebraic perspective, applying the findings to New Testament themes. This foundation supports a radical revision of contemporary views about women in the home, the world and the church. The Hebrew text shows us that women were intended to be the protectors, providers, guides and relationship managers in marriage and in the community. Without understanding this crucial Hebraic foundation, marriages flounder and gender issues remain unresolved.