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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The word Shekinah derives from the Hebrew root shkn, meaning "to dwell." The
term Shekinah was used by Jewish rabbis in the first or second century b.c.e. to
indicate God's presence among the children of Israel — and the term was ...
in Exodus 40, the cloud that rested above the tabernacle by day, and the fire that
replaced the cloud during the night, were understood to be the Shekinah. When
the pillar of cloud went up from over the Tabernacle, the people knew that God's ...
tectiveness for God's transcendence and pride in God's immanence when he
says, "What 'And they saw the God of Israel' means is that they feasted their eyes
on the splendor of the Shekinah."3 In case anyone should argue that it is only ...
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