As our online discussion/art group gets going in the Book of Ruth, we continue to accumulate a wealth of resources that tap into both sides of the brain. Here are some faves:
Bible.org has wonderful textual notes on Ruth.
Heather Goodman has written a nice, brainy Literary Analysis of the Book of Ruth.
InterVarsity has an interesting online Bible study in the book.
Dr. Tom Constable, prof at Dallas Seminary, freely provides his notes (.pdf) on The Book of Ruth.
For online searches of biblical art, follow this link: Biblical art. You can view Naomi and Her Daughter-in-Law by Gustave Doré, and Rembrandt's Boaz and Ruth.
Select The Story of Ruth (1960) with Gregory Peck for your Netflix queue. And read this review of it.
If you're into animation, try this version: Animated story of Ruth (1966)
Or to read the Book of Ruth placed in a modern setting read Dr. Reg Grant's Ebony Moon.
A self-described unobservant Jewish man/writer for Slate blogs as he reads the Bible. Here's the link to what he said about the Book of Ruth.
Or listen instead of read, when you check out the audio book of Ruth.
What are your favorite resources? Any others we should add?