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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Phyllis Trible points out that the description of Ruth as clinging (dbq) to Naomi (1:
14) and saying "Intreat me not to abandon (zb) you" echoes the narrator's words
concerning the male's abandoning (zb) his father and mother to cleave (dbq) to ...
The Biblical Imagery of God As Female Virginia R. Mollenkott. eight "horizontal"
items center upon Naomi, it makes sense that the one "vertical" item also centers
upon Naomi. In other words, Ruth converts from polytheism to monotheism and ...
In line with the attitudes of a patriarchal society toward a manless woman,
attitudes she had internalized, Naomi did not think very highly of herself.
Consequently she did not believe that Orpah and Ruth would really profit by
returning to Judah ...
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I hate pulling the rating down further, because I understand where the author is coming from. On the other hand reading this 30 tears after it was written, I have to recognize that it has not aged ... Ler crítica na íntegra
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