Purim Studies

13 Mar: 2000 ASHERAH

Re-Genesis Encyclopedia 1 Eahr Joan

ENTRY: 2000 BCE ASHERAH CIIS LIBRARY

DATE: 9-5-2008 mailto:askref@ciis.edu

415-575-6186

LOCATION: Archaeomythology Research Guide

ACCESS: http://library.ciis.edu/resources/subject/archmyth.asp

CITING FORMAT: See below.

2000 ASHERAH

HWH came from Sinai

and shone forth from his own Seir,

He showed himself from mount Paran.

Yes, he came among the myriads of Qudhsu,

at his right hand his own Asherah,

Indeed, he who loves the clans

and all his holy ones on his left.… Keep on reading

13 Mar: Examining Goddess Judaism and the Role of the Priestess

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Claiming the Title Kohenet: Examining Goddess Judaism and the Role of the Priestess Through Conversations with Contemporary Spiritual Leaders

Deborah Grenn

 

Abstract

Among the most exciting areas in both feminist spirituality discourse and Jewish religious practice are the reemergence of Jewish priestesses, kohanot, and the formation of a small, growing movement called Goddess Judaism, a term coined by Jenny Kien, author of Reinstating the Divine Woman in Judaism (2000).
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13 Mar: Links to Study for Purim