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Women & Religion: Reinterpreting Scriptures to Find the Sacred Feminine

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Hardcover, 112 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Mason Crest Publishers
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Nov 20, 2008 Jacquelyn rated it it was amazing
Contemporary religion, historically dominated by men, is reviewed from the feminine perspective in this text by prolific spiritual author Kenneth McIntosh. This book is part of the highly recommended Religion and Modern Culture series. Girls, and the boys who support them, will be pleased with the fresh look at women and religion.
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Kenneth McIntosh is a writer, educator and spiritual mentor. As a child he became fascinated with the Celtic legends of his heritage. Degrees in English and theology combined with travels in the Middle East and the Celtic lands of Ireland, Scotland and Wales inspire his writing.

He is best known for his book Water from an Ancient Well: Celtic Spirituality for Modern Life. In addition, he has writte
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