Dinah Author:Evelyn Minshull Dinah, fully as beautiful as her aunt Rachel and her grandmother Rebekah, wonders if she might also meet a handsome stranger — and her romantic destiny — at a well. She finds diminished time for dreaming as the tribe takes hurried flight from Haran. While she grieves for the lost familiar, yet embraces new scenes and even... more »ts, she struggles with other confusions: her emerging awareness of Kubal, a friend since childhood; conflicting loyalties to Rachel and to Dinah's own mother, plain but nurturing Leah.
Danger dominates when Dinah's grandfather Laban overtakes the tribe … and again when her father confronts unresolved guilts and her uncle Esau's army. But Dinah's moment of greatest personal peril occurs in a back street of a pagan city.
Through delight, tragedy, disillusionment, discovery, and a deepening from self-absorption to selflessness, Dinah leans increasingly on the guidance of Yahweh, God of Israel.« less