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Seven Women: And the Secret of Their Greatness by Eric Metaxas

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In his eagerly anticipated follow-up to the enormously successful Seven Men, New York Times best-selling author Eric Metaxas gives us seven captivating portraits of some of history's greatest women, each of whom changed the course of history by following God's call upon their lives-as women.



  • I really enjoyed reading about these amazing women in "Seven Women: And the Secret of Their Greatness". Out of all the stories, my personal favorite was Mother Teresa. Her unwavering faith was truly inspiring.
  • I really enjoy Eric's writing style. This book surprised me with some lesser-known facts about these remarkable women, and it motivated me to put even more effort into embodying their principles in my own life, to inspire others in the process. It's important to embrace the role we're meant to play, because we never truly know the impact we can have on others.
  • I really enjoyed this book about these amazing women who aren't very well-known. It was inspiring to read about their incredible achievements. Thank you for sharing their stories of love and greatness.
  • Listening to the stories of these incredibly relatable, yet extraordinary women, motivates me to reassess my own purpose. Every one of us has a unique role in this world, as God has a specific design that only we can fulfill. It doesn't matter if our impact is big or small, famous or anonymous. The true value lies in being obedient to our calling.
  • I really enjoyed 7 Men, but I have mixed feelings about 7 Women. While I found most of the stories enjoyable, some of the women included felt a bit forced. I was expecting to hear about remarkable women like Harriet Tubman and Irena Sendler, but Mother Maria of Paris didn't quite fit the bill for greatness. The narrator's attempt at a "woman's voice" was commendable, but it came across as somewhat mocking, almost like blackface. It would have been more fitting to have a female narrator for this book.
  • I really liked 'Seven Women: And the Secret of Their Greatness' as it was my first experience with the 7 series. I found the treatments to be quite enjoyable. Each segment lasts about an hour and offers a nice overview of the extraordinary accomplishments of these women.