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She who dwells within : a feminist vision of a renewed Judaism

Author: Lynn Gottlieb
Publisher: [San Francisco, CA] : HarperSanFrancisco, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lynn Gottlieb
ISBN: 0060632925 9780060632922
OCLC Number: 31206975
Description: xv, 237 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Ellen M. Umansky --
Introduction: What About the Women? --
pt. 1. Theology. 1. The Forbidden Fruits of Winter 1975. 2. A Brief History of Shekinah, She Who Dwells Within. 3. Shekinah as the Being Who Connects All Life. 4. Shekinah as the Longing for Wholeness. 5. Shekinah as the Call to Justice --
pt. 2. Story. 6. Stories from the Mouths of Women. 7. Primeval Ancestors. 8. Tribal Mothers. 9. The Freedom Generation --
pt. 3. Ceremony. 10. The Mishkan Ceremony. 11. Rosh Hodesh: Celebration of the New Moon. 12. Ceremonies for Women's Lives --
pt. 4. Community. 13. Eco-Kashrut: Loving the Earth's Body. 14. Healing the Trauma of Jewish History. 15. Women and Men. Epilogue: The Journey Home.
Responsibility: Lynn Gottlieb.
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