Telling Place: Reflections on stories of women in the Bible
Joy Mead imagines the women mentioned in the Bible as central to their own stories, rather than appearing briefly on the margins of a narrative which reflects a world perceived and led by men.
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Adam apple beauty become begin body bread carried celebrate centre colours coming dancing death dybbuk earth Esther Exodus experience feast fertile flowing friends Garden Genesis Gethsemane Glasgow God’s Gospel hands healing heart ofall things Hebrew Bible hope human imagination Iona Abbey Iona Community Jacob’s Jael Jesus Jewish knowing Let it happen Lilith and Eve Living Water looking Luke margins Martha’s confession Mary and Martha Mary’s Song Matthew memory miracle Miriam Miriam’s Song Moabite nameless ofjoy ofthe ordinary ordinary miracle Orpah poem possibility of transformation prophetic Puah questions Rachel weeps Rahab rebuilding recognise relationship resurrection Ruth salt Samaritan woman Sarah shadows sharing sheep Shiphrah significant silence sings Sisera’s Mother sister SPCK stories of women story of Lilith Telling Place Testament thejoy thinking unforgettable unnamed Vashti vision waiting Watch the ravens Wild Goose Publications wise Women in Headscarves Women’s stories wonder words