From: SPAWN OF A JEWISH CARPENTER: CINDY SMITH (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 01 2002 - 02:21:15 EST
In the February 2002 issue of the Mensa Bulletin Rebecca James Hecking
says the New Testament contains several feminine images of God
including: "Mother Hen, Bakerwoman, and the woman searching for a
lost coin." Unfortunately, there are no chapter and verse citations.
Does the original Greek support the idea that these are indeed
feminine images of God? Also, the Scriptures often speak of the Holy
Spirit giving birth to Christians, a decidedly feminine view of God.
Cindy Smith I have further observed under the sun that
firstname.lastname@example.org The race is not won by the swift,
email@example.com Nor the battle by the valiant;
firstname.lastname@example.org Nor is bread won by the wise,
Nor wealth by the intelligent,
Me transmitte sursum, Nor favor by the learned.
Caledoni! -- JPS Ecclesiastes 9:11
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