Engendering Judaism: An Inclusive Theology and Ethics

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Index of Bible Citations

Genesis
1, 111, 113, 114-21, 132, 183
1:26-27, 117
1:27, 185
1:28, 119
1:29, 119
2, 111, 114, 116, 120, 121-25, 183, 184
2:4-8, 121
2:19, 121
2:22, 187
2:23, 123
2:25, 123
3, 116, 120, 123, 124, 136
5, 120
5:1-2, 185-86
5:1-3, 118
5:2, 185
8, 106
8:9, 150
9:1-5, 241n.36
9:2, 119
9:6, 186
12:1, 152
18:10-15, 105
19, 131
19:6, 251n.169
22:17, 131
23:13, 174
24:58, 170-71
35:11, 241n.32
35:22, 128
38, 153
39:17, 106
42:9, 242n.49
42:12, 242n.49
49:3-4, 128
Exodus
3:6, 72
19:17, 162
20:23, 128
23:9, 152
24:7, 44
25:9, 183
25:40, 183
28:42, 128
32:6, 106
Leviticus
18, 125-33
18:6, 242n.49
18:10, 243n.52
18:22, 131
18:23, 127, 129
18:24-28, 171
19, 177
19:2, 132
19:18, 132, 189
20, 177
20:10, 163
20:22-24, 171
21, 177
26:4-38, 72
Numbers
The Book of, 126
5, 10
5:11-29, 72
12, 72
16, 206
31:14, 145-46
31:48, 144
31:50, 141, 144
Deuteronomy
7:13, 53
10:17, 61
20:4, 163
22:13, 174
22:20, 171
22:22, 163
22:28-29, 130
23:1, 154
23:15, 242n.49
23:18, 131
24:1-4, 163
28, 72
28:30, 72
28:65, 150
30:12, 37
30:14, 37
32, 88
Judges
The Book of, 148
11:39, 251n.169
19, 130, 131

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface viii
  • Acknowledgments xii
  • Introduction xiv
  • Chapter 1 - Prelude: The Female Rapist and Other Inversions 1
  • Chapter 2 - Here Comes Skotsl: Renewing Halakhah 21
  • Chapter 3 - And Not Be Silent: Toward Inclusive Worship 61
  • Chapter 5 - B'rit Ahuvim: A Marriage Between Subjects 169
  • Epilogue: On Seeds and Ruins 209
  • Appendix 213
  • Notes 219
  • Index of Bible Citations 261
  • General Index 263
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