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Soul Sisters - a Feminist Beit Midrash - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Bromer
14:03
My first time — at last! Yay!
Jan Frisch
14:25
Welcome!
bettina waldman
14:47
welcome
Jan Frisch
19:32
Right on, Dina!
bettina waldman
21:35
thank you dina
Heidi Schneider
29:49
Might she be known to the King of Jericho because he also "stepped outside" on occasion?
Heidi Schneider
36:54
Like Ruth, we should include Rahav in the list of righteous converts at Shavuot.
bettina waldman
39:23
that is a cool comparison because in the Christian new testament when the geneology is traced from david to jesus ruths husband boaz is said to be rachav's son
bettina waldman
45:41
look at this family and the escape from Sodom and gemorah it has a familiar sound its like a second chance a second as the new year and new month and new day
Heidi Schneider
47:32
Women outside society: The witch of Endor.
Heidi Schneider
53:04
Innkeepers are often suspect in literature: I am thinking of Charles Dickens. Especially the women are considered low class.
bettina waldman
55:55
what words are described to the daughters of Z when they became land owners
Lisa Bromer
56:05
A broad, LOL!
Lisa Bromer
56:43
Isn’t R’chov (street) also applicable — as in an entry point (like a road or avenue)?
bettina waldman
57:21
and was it her presence that gave the courage to the daughter of Z
Lisa Bromer
58:48
Rachav—broad—as in hips? We discussed that in Talmud Torah.
Joy Gordon
01:01:46
Yael and also Judith were known for their beauty and used that to entice and then behead the generals of the opposing armies.
bettina waldman
01:02:33
that lust puts her in a scary position and having the powerful male friends was needed to keep her safe
Heidi Schneider
01:05:24
If she was in the business outside the gates, why did men need to use a rope to access her?
Lisa Bromer
01:05:57
How did she SIN with the rope?
Heidi Schneider
01:06:00
Weren't her doors accessible?
Heidi Schneider
01:06:48
The rope must be a metaphor....
bettina waldman
01:07:17
why does she have to be pure all the matriarchs messed up do the rabbis make them pure too or is this just another only women thing
Gail and Seymour Glatzer
01:22:38
If she was at least 50 when she married Joshua wouldnt it be unusual for her to be ancestress of eight prophetes and a prophetess.
Linda Gilfix
01:38:14
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