I Will Love Unloved: A Linguistic Analysis of Woman's Biblical Importance by J. J. MckenzieI Will Love Unloved: A Linguistic Analysis of Woman's Biblical Importance by J. J. Mckenzie

I Will Love Unloved: A Linguistic Analysis of Woman's Biblical Importance

byJ. J. Mckenzie

Paperback | December 9, 1993

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This book uses Hebrew, Greek, and English texts to show that there was once an inclusive and a feminist point of view within the Biblical text and that these points of view were subsequently obscured. McKenzie explains the dynamics of the feminine interaction between Goddess religions and the Hebrew and Christian religions. Contents: The Bible; Growth and Development of Concepts; Matriarchies/Patriarchies; ELoHIM; Her Story; God is Not Male (Num. 23:19); Your People, My People: Your ELoHIM, My ELoHIM; You Despised Me and Have Taken the Wife; Queen of Heaven; Prophetess, Women, and Queens; Baalath Ashtart and Wisdom, She; Susanna, Sara, and Sexual Mores; Hebrew Heroines; Into My Mother's House; I AM; ELoHIM Understands Her Way; Men, Are Not Women Mighty?; Wisdom, She; When in Doubt, Write Women Out; Generations Will Call Me Blessed; Daughter, Your Faith Has Healed You; In Her Memory; Vindicate Me from My Opponent; I Am the Light; Your Daughters Will Prophesy; You for Freedom Were Called; The Vision Lost; Wings of the Eagle; Appendix; Bibliography; Index.
J.J. McKenzie is an independent scholar living in the Midwest.
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Title:I Will Love Unloved: A Linguistic Analysis of Woman's Biblical ImportanceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:386 pages, 8.26 × 5.44 × 1.16 inPublished:December 9, 1993Publisher:UPA

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0819192309

ISBN - 13:9780819192301

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A daring and impressive combination of the results of a thorough grammatical scrutiny of the biblical texts with the conclusions of a feminist analysis of often suppressed, but nevertheless clearly discernible, evidence of the role female dieties and their feminine worshipers played in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament.