Tag Archives: Biblical masculinity

Is the Bible ‘hopelessly patriarchal?’

According to Michael Foster in It’s Good to be a Man (pg. 3), Mary Daly, a feminist scholar, once quipped, ‘the Bible is hopelessly patriarchal.’ In an effort to test this, I thought I’d lay out a little table for … Continue reading

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Who is the ‘Congregation of B’ney Israel?’

Over the last several Shabbats, a subtext to our conversations has been a running discussion concerning who ‘all the congregation of the sons/children of Israel’ is. Initially, I had a tentative assertion that the ‘congregation’ was the heads of houses, … Continue reading

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Androgynism: A Root Problem in Christendom, Judaism, and the Hebrew Roots…

Without question, the world around us is burning and all of us are looking for, longing for, the Kingdom. We may each understand it a little differently, but all of us look for a Messianic Age or Millennial Kingdom. That … Continue reading

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