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The Making of Biblical Womanhood, by Beth Allison Barr Brazos Press hide caption

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'The Making Of Biblical Womanhood' Tackles Contradictions In Religious Practice

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Rodney Scott checks racks of ribs as they cook on July 3, 2018 in Charleston, S.C. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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How Rodney Scott Learned To Cook – And Went For It, Whole Hog

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Kevin Chen, an assistant professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, envisions a time when his insect-sized drone could be used as a search and rescue robot — to find survivors in disaster debris that bigger drones couldn't reach. Kevin Yufeng Chen hide caption

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Don't Swat This Bug. It Might Be A Robot On A Rescue Mission

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Kevin Macdonald, Ridley Scott Join Forces For Another 'Life In A Day'

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Artist Sacha Jafri, standing on his gigantic painting entitled "The Journey of Humanity," hopes to raise $30 million to fund health and education initiatives for children living in poverty worldwide. Giuseppe Cacace/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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After 7 Months And 1,400 Gallons Of Paint, 1 Seriously Large Painting Is Finally Done

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The Ephrata Cloister in Lancaster County, Pa., created conditions for its inhabitants to become the first known female composers in America. Doug Kerr/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A New Album Re-Creates The Work Of The 1st Known Female Composers In America

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