The Hebrew Goddess

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Ktav Publishing House, 1968 - Jewish mythology - 349 pages
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Review: The Hebrew Goddess (Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore and Anthropology)

User Review  - Jeremy Tibbetts - Goodreads

An interesting read. Traces the feminine aspects of God in Judaism and how they were affected by other religions. At times a little bit shocking honestly. The book also seems aware that some of its assumptions could be a little bit of a stretch. Overall a cool and thought provoking read. Read full review

Review: The Hebrew Goddess (Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore and Anthropology)

User Review  - Sharon Buchbinder - Goodreads

An excellent, in-depth examination of the female goddesses influences on the Yahweh worship and the Jewish religion. The author integrates detailed, scholarly material that gives any reader, not just ... Read full review

Contents

The Ubiquitous Goddess
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Churchless Judaism
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The Masculine Godhead
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