What does "biblical womanhood" entail for a single woman? Biblical womanhood in the context of marriage and motherhood seems relatively straightforward. A woman must submit to her husband, she must attend to her home, and she must raise her children (if she has them). But how is biblical womanhood expressed in the life of a single woman, who has no husband to whom she must submit and no children to raise? As a single woman, this is a question that I often puzzle over, and I would appreciate any insight the board has!