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God’s Womb by Joyce Zonana

The first time I came across the phrase, I speculated I must be making a mistake. “Que Dieu l’enveloppe dans sa matrice, ” the move speak in French, “May God’s womb enfold her, ” or possibly,” May God enfold her in His womb .” His womb? I’d just started translating Ce pays qui te ressemble[ […]

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Hagar, the Divine Witness, and the New Year by Jill Hammer

The Torah reading for the first day of Rosh haShanah, the Jewish new year, is not, as one might expect, the process of preparing the world( Rosh haShanah was Friday night, Saturday and Sunday, 9/18 -9/ 20 ). Instead, the adjust see is Genesis 21, the story of how Sarah, spouse of Abraham, contributes birth […]