The Sin of the Woman

The Sin of the Woman

She is identified as a woman who combines the seeds of the righteous man and the evil ones, ... Nonetheless, she should be severely excluded, since if she “casts an eye upon a fire it is a sin of twelve dirhams in weight for her, ...

Author: Fatemeh Sadeghi

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783112209424

Category: Religion

Page: 162

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Die Reihe Islamkundliche Untersuchungen wurde 1969 im Klaus Schwarz Verlag begründet und hat sich zu einem der wichtigsten Publikationsorgane der Islamwissenschaft in Deutschland entwickelt. Die über 330 Bände widmen sich der Geschichte, Kultur und den Gesellschaften Nordafrikas, des Nahen und Mittleren Ostens sowie Zentral-, Süd- und Südost-Asiens.
Categories: Religion

Sin of a Woman

Sin of a Woman

Then, when her mind and body had seemed to relax, she'd thought about her singles ministry for women. ... He'd made it very clear that all the sins she was committing were wrong, and that He had something good He wanted her to do.

Author: Kimberla Lawson Roby

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781455569700

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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The new novel in Kimberla Lawson Roby's beloved New York Times bestselling Curtis Black series that "sizzles with scandal" and is a "deliciously decadent beach read of temptation and the wages of sin" (Kirkus Reviews). Raven Black is bouncing back after her very public divorce from Dillon. He's done everything he can to discredit her, but she's learned from her mistakes and him. In fact, she's become her ex-husband in more ways than one and is slowly but surely leading those connected to her down a terrible path of destruction. Playing with the lives of innocent people has dire consequences, the kind that Raven won't see coming.
Categories: Fiction

Looking at Women Is Not a Sin Proven from the Bible

Looking at Women Is Not a Sin  Proven from the Bible

If a man — married or unmarried — forced sex with a single woman who was not betrothed, he was required to pay the woman's father the customary bride price or dowry. Furthermore, he was prohibited from ever divorcing her.

Author: Rich Newman

Publisher: CFA Publications

ISBN: 9780982209707

Category: Religion

Page: 104

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Written to help men know the truth about what Jesus said in Matthew 5:28, this book proves that Jesus did not say it is a sin to look at women. It makes clear that the words of Jesus have been misunderstood, and that it is not a sin to look at women with appreciation and even desire. Includes an in-depth study of Biblical adultery. Will set men free from false guilt and the bondage of thinking God is against them for being the sexual beings He created them to be. Examines and defines what the Bible teaches concerning what is a sin, and shows that lust is not a sin. Totally based on Scripture.
Categories: Religion

Medieval Women on Sin and Salvation

Medieval Women on Sin and Salvation

A single urban woman could exercise the trade for which she had served an apprenticeship . Such a woman , known both ... Such women clustered together in suburbs and poorer neighborhoods , sharing houses ... of several possible sins .

Author: Mary Lou Shea

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 1433109484

Category: History

Page: 254

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Hadewijch of Antwerp (c.1200?-1240), Beatrice of Nazareth (1200-1268), Margaret Ebner (1291-1351), and Julian of Norwich (1343-1416/19) are best known for their mystical experiences and literary styles. Medieval Women on Sin and Salvation explores the reality that these women understood their encounters in primarily theological categories. It is well documented that Anselm of Canterbury's 1098 Cur Deus Homo was quickly and widely adopted by late medieval religious men. Given the deeply relational, somewhat unconventional, yet clearly orthodox interpretations of Anselm's theory expressed by Hadewijch, Beatrice, Margaret, and Julian, it would seem that nuns, beguines, and devout lay women were compelled by the same understanding of Atonement as the priests, monks, brothers, and lay men of the era. Unable to offer academic theological treatises, given the constraints of their age, these women managed to convey, through their writings, profoundly theological insights into the crucial Christian concepts of the natures of soul and sin, the Fall, and the Incarnation and its benefits, both for God and for humanity. This book offers valuable new insights and is suitable for upper division undergraduate classes and graduate courses in the history of Christianity/Medieval Christianity, theology, spirituality, and women's studies.
Categories: History

Women Madness and Sin in Early Modern England

Women  Madness and Sin in Early Modern England

... the which inded I did not but was as carfuly atendid as posible might be haueing a very honnest woman hiered of ... the which I did not believe, and my own miserable case that had by my sins deprived myself of such a blessing, ...

Author: Katharine Hodgkin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351871570

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 300

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A fascinating case study of the complex psychic relationship between religion and madness in early seventeenth-century England, the narrative presented here is a rare, detailed autobiographical account of one woman's experience of mental disorder. The writer, Dionys Fitzherbert, recounts the course of her affliction and recovery and describes various delusions and confusions, concerned with (among other things) her family and her place within it; her relation to religion; and the status of the body, death and immortality. Women, Madness and Sin in Early Modern England presents in modern typography an annotated edition of the author's manuscript of this unusual and compelling text. Also included are prefaces to the narrative written by Fitzherbert and others, and letters written shortly after her mental crisis, which develop her account of the episode. The edition will also give a modernized version of the original text. Katharine Hodgkin supplies a substantial introduction that places this autobiography in the context of current scholarship on early modern women, addressing the overarching issues in the field that this text touches upon. In an appendix to the volume, Hodgkin compares the two versions of the text, considering the grounds for the occasional exclusion or substitution of specific words or passages. Women, Madness and Sin in Early Modern England adds an important new dimension to the field of early modern women studies.
Categories: Literary Criticism

God s Laws Sin Law Grace and Obligation in Pauline Theology

God s Laws  Sin  Law  Grace  and Obligation in Pauline Theology

Women are not allowed to teach or oversee a man Acts 18:24 And a certain Jew named Apollos, born at Alexandria, an eloquent man, ... Paul obviously points back to the Curse incurred as a result of Eve's involvement in Original Sin.

Author: Paul Hughes

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781312360976

Category: Religion

Page: 274

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""What shall we do?"" was the question people asked John the Baptist as they came to be baptized. Others asked this question of Jesus during his ministry in Galilee, and of Peter on the Day of Pentecost. After two thousand years, even many confirmed Christians remain confused. May a Christian work on the Sabbath? Is the Sabbath Saturday or Sunday? Must we eat Kosher? Paul said that Christ fulfilled the Law, so what are the rules for today? Must Christians still follow the Ten Commandments, or have all the commandments been abolished in favor of ""love""? If there is no Law, is anything still a sin? What are we required to do, or forbidden to do, and how much can we get away with, and still be saved? The New Testament, especially in the practical teachings of the Apostle Paul, contains adequate answers to many of these questions and provides principles for making Godly decisions even on debatable matters never dreamt of two thousand years ago.
Categories: Religion

Women in Scripture

Women in Scripture

A confrontation between Jesus and the scribes and Pharisees over the stoning of a woman caught in the act of adultery (8:3) is resolved when Jesus challenges anyone who is without sin to throw the first stone (8:7).

Author: Carol Meyers

Publisher: HMH

ISBN: 9780547345581

Category: Reference

Page: 608

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“This splendid reference describes every woman in Jewish and Christian scripture . . . monumental” (Library Journal). In recent decades, many biblical scholars have studied the holy text with a new focus on gender. Women in Scripture is a groundbreaking work that provides Jews, Christians, or anyone fascinated by a body of literature that has exerted a singular influence on Western civilization a thorough look at every woman and group of women mentioned in the Bible, whether named or unnamed, well known or heretofore not known at all. They are remarkably varied—from prophets to prostitutes, military heroines to musicians, deacons to dancers, widows to wet nurses, rulers to slaves. There are familiar faces, such as Eve, Judith, and Mary, seen anew with the full benefit of the most up-to-date results of biblical scholarship. But the most innovative aspect of this book is the section devoted to the many females who in the scriptures do not even have names. Combining rigorous research with engaging prose, these articles on women in the Hebrew Bible, the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books, and the New Testament will inform, delight, and challenge readers interested in the Bible, scholars and laypeople alike. Together, these collected histories create a volume that takes the study of women in the Bible to a new level.
Categories: Reference

Derrida and Religion

Derrida and Religion

Notice what is said: there need be only one of the witnesses who is without sin for the woman to be put to death. Those witnesses who admit to being sinful are at liberty to cast all the other stones, the ones that in all likelihood ...

Author: Yvonne Sherwood

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135924294

Category: Religion

Page: 440

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Derrida and Religion: Other Testaments represents the most comprehensive attempt to date to explore, adapt, and test Derrida's contributions and influence on the study of theology, biblical studies, and the philosophy of religion. With over twenty original essays from highly-respected scholars such as John Caputo, Daniel Boyarin, Edith Wyschogrod, Tim Beal, and Gil Anidjar, Derrida and Religion will quickly become the locus classicus for those interested in the increasingly vibrant work on religion and deconstruction and postmodernism.
Categories: Religion

The Origin of Sin

The Origin of Sin

The reason why John the Baptist, in contradistinction to Jesus, insists on repentance and the confession of sins as a ... We may begin with Luke's account of Jesus and the “sinful woman” (gunê hamartôlos, 7:37), who washes his feet and ...

Author: David Konstan

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350278615

Category: History

Page: 216

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Where did the idea of sin arise from? In this meticulously argued book, David Konstan takes a close look at classical Greek and Roman texts, as well as the Bible and early Judaic and Christian writings, and argues that the fundamental idea of "sin" arose in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, although this original meaning was obscured in later Jewish and Christian interpretations. Through close philological examination of the words for "sin," in particular the Hebrew hata' and the Greek hamartia, he traces their uses over the centuries in four chapters, and concludes that the common modern definition of sin as a violation of divine law indeed has antecedents in classical Greco-Roman conceptions, but acquired a wholly different sense in the Hebrew Bible and New Testament.
Categories: History

Female and Male The Cultic Personnel The Bible and the Rest of the Ancient Near East

Female and Male  The Cultic Personnel  The Bible and the Rest of the Ancient Near East

-lu ! [ ] ] با gáb - bu zi - da - sè ì - x [ šu - me im - ni [ pasang ... 47 mu - tin munus - mu - tin - a - še 49 nu - nusx - mu - tin - a - šè mu - nix [ ] sin - niš - tu4 ana zi- < ka > ri [ mu - ni - x | Jzi - ka - ri sin - niš ...

Author: Richard A. Henshaw

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781556350153

Category: Religion

Page: 400

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Categories: Religion