The Divine Feminine: The Biblical Imagery of God As Female
Crossroad Publishing Company, 1983 - 119 páginas
Examines the use of male and female imagery in the Bible and argues that the Bible does not describe God in only masculine terms
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Trible points out that the Jerusalem Bible translation, "The God who fathered you,
" is "inadmissible." 2. For brilliant, in-depth discussion of womb-imagery in the
Bible, see the chapter entitled "Journey of a Metaphor" in Phyllis Trible, God and
Christ has often been hymned as "the rose of Sharon, and the lily of the valley,"
but in the Song of Songs (2:1) it is clearly the woman who calls herself by those
names (see the New English Bible or the Jerusalem Bible, which help to clarify ...
The Jerusalem Bible reads, "Like an eagle watching over its nest,/ hovering over
its young,/ he spreads out his wings to hold him/ he supports him on his pinions."
People hearing this passage read aloud are barraged by six male pronouns in ...
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