She Who Dwells Within: A Feminist Vision Of A Renewed Judaism

Paperback | March 3, 1995

byLynn Gottlieb

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A high-spirited woman rabbi assesses contemporary Judaism and breathes new life into classic tradition by drawing on Jewish, feminist, ecological and Native American sources.

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A high-spirited woman rabbi assesses contemporary Judaism and breathes new life into classic traditions, drawing on the influences of Jewish feminist, ecological, and Native American sources. The result is a new and timely Torah--a comprehensive guide for living. 20 line drawings.

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A high-spirited woman rabbi assesses contemporary Judaism and breathes new life into classic tradition by drawing on Jewish, feminist, ecological and Native American sources.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 1 inPublished:March 3, 1995Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0060632925

ISBN - 13:9780060632922

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A high-spirited woman rabbi assesses contemporary Judaism and breathes new life into classic traditions, drawing on the influences of Jewish feminist, ecological, and Native American sources. The result is a new and timely Torah--a comprehensive guide for living. 20 line drawings.

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"As the prayers, guided meditations, and rituals that Lynn has included in "She Who Dwells Within "so amply demonstrate, Lynn's greatest spiritual gift is her ablility to awaken within others an awareness of divine presence...."She Who Dwells Within "invites the reader to share Lynn's courage and commitment to a Judaism that will replenish both our souls and the world with justice, righteousness, and compassion."--"from the forward by "Ellen M. Umansky""She Who Dwells Within "can be expected to trigger debate and generate controversy--a necessary process if Jews are to struggle effectively, honestly, and openly for ethically mandated changes in Jewish spiritual and communal life."--Aviva Cantor, author of "Jewish Women/Jewish Men"