Immortal Heroines is the story of six very special women who lived during the last four thousand years.
Each one was blessed by being chosen by God for a holy purpose: Sarah as the devoted wife of Abraham; Asíyih as the adoptive mother of Moses; Mary as the mother of Jesus; Fátimih as the favoured daughter of Muhammad; Táhirih as an outstanding believer in the time of the Báb; and Bahíyyih Khánum as the beloved daughter of Bahá'u'lláh.
They shine down through the centuries and are an inspiration to millions of people. Whether we are boys or girls, young or old, we will feel inspired and thrilled as we step into their lives of adventure, service, miracles, and love.
About Gerald Keil
Gerald Keil (b.1943) studied Linguistics at California State University at San Francisco before moving to England in 1967, where he continued his research in Computer Linguistics at the University of Leeds. In the 1970s he was a Research Fellow at the University of York, then Post-doctoral Research Assistant at the University of Salford, and from 1975 to 1980 lecturer at the Centre for Computational Linguistics, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. In 1981 he assumed directorship of a research and development project at the University of the Saarland, Germany, in the area of computer translation. He has been active as an IT professional since 1986, initially self-employed and from 1992 until his retirement in 2007 as head of the computer department of a company producing cast steel components for industrial use. He has been a Bahá'í since 1980.
Author: Gerald Keil.
Format: softcover book; 112 pages; 14 x 22 cm.
Publisher: George Ronald Publisher, 2008.