10 edition of Feminine spirituality in America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HQ1426 .P67|
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|Pagination||238 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||80012116|
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The book continues with a variety of perspectives on the historical development and contemporary character of goddess spirituality in America.
Again, the editor has heard the calls for more racial diversity in such anthologies and the authors represent reasonable diversity within the movement, including Vodun and Hebrew goddess perspectives/5(8).
Feminine spirituality in America: From Sarah Edwards to Martha Graham [Porterfield, Amanda] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Feminine spirituality in America: From Sarah Edwards to Martha GrahamCited by: Books shelved as feminine-spirituality: The Dance of the Dissident Daughter by Sue Monk Kidd, Mother of God Similar to Fire by William Hart McNichols, Aw.
Goddess Rising: Awakening the Divine Feminine. by Bianca Alexander. Connect. Messages for Spirituality in America – are wisdom messages from Earth Mother that she has asked me to put out into the world. The Goddesses Gathering in DC was her idea, and my latest mission. Our next gathering is scheduled for The Sacred Feminine is a concept that recognizes that “God” ultimately is neither anthropomorphically male or female but a Divine Essence (Goddessence) beyond form and duality – an essence that is in balance and unification of masculine and feminine principles – a dynamic interdependent “Immanence” that pervades all life.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Porterfield, Amanda, Feminine spirituality in America. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, A true feminine spirituality is formed through a careful study and contemplation of Mary.
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Feminine spirituality in America. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Amanda Porterfield.
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MLA Citation. Porterfield, Amanda. Feminine spirituality in America: from Sarah Edwards to Martha Graham / Amanda Porterfield Temple University Press Philadelphia Australian/Harvard Citation.
Porterfield, Amanda. Spiritual Principles”, “Sacred Feminine Spirituality”, “Divine Feminine Spirituality”, “Principles of Feminine Maturity” or any combination of those words.
When I do, I am referring to the nine principles here and I believe these themes unite us in the embracing and honoring of. A merica may be polarized, but in one activity its social critics have achieved a rare unanimity: lambasting American “spiritual ity” in all its New Age quirkiness and anarchic individualism.
The range of detractors is really quite impressive. James A. Herrick, an evangelical Christian author, deplores the “new spirituality” as a mélange of Gnostics, goddess worshipers, and self.Thealogy views divine matters with feminine perspectives including but not only e Saiving, Isaac Bonewits () and Naomi Goldenberg () introduced the concept as a neologism (new word) in feminist terms.
Its use then widened to mean all feminine ideas of the sacred, which Charlotte Caron usefully explained in "reflection on the divine in feminine or feminist terms".
Since the Divine Feminine is a concept grounded in spirituality, definitions can vary depending on who you ask. According to Kingsbury, however, who has .