This group, created by the National Organization for Marriage, takes its name from the Book of Ruth. Their motto is "One Man, One Woman for Life." But when that one man dies, try to quickly find another. Preferably a close male relative, who will purchase you along with some land. Okay?
This 1960 movie is loosely based on Ruth's tale. Aside from a pretty awesome love story, it also features "heathen idolatry and the splendor of pagan courts!" Oh, just watch the trailer.
Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz appear in an episode of this TV show about kids who are transported back to biblical times. It's like Bill and Ted, but with a whole lot more sandals.
This 2009 movie is all about love, tolerance, acceptance… oh, and Ruth, of course.
The New Revised Standard Version of the Book of Ruth. Read, enjoy, and interpret away.
What if Ruth's story took place at Dunder-Mifflin? It's a bit low budget, but we give them props for a cool idea.
Liz Cutis Higgs finishes her sermon on the Book of Ruth with a super cool rap. Super, super cool.
Check out a complete reading of the Book of Ruth, along with helpful (and humorous) illustrations. Also banjos.
Here's an interesting lecture on Ruth if you're looking for a Jewish perspective.
This map of the Middle East shows Judah and Moab for all you budding geography buffs.
Check out this word cloud of the Book of Ruth. Wow, that Ruth sure does get mentioned a lot.