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Rticipated in an ancient Near Eastern custom of surrogate motherhood Ancient Sisterhood cites evidence Ancient Sisterhood PDF or that Hebrew women actually enjoyed the privileges and sanctity of their own religious practices These practices however were gradually eroded and usurped by the establishment of patriarchal monarchies that were based on militaristic conuest and power Teubal examines the figures of Hagar and Sarah from a feminist perspective that combines thorough scholarship with an informed and detailed understanding of Sisterhood Lost Traditions Of Hagar PDF/EPUB or the cultural and religious influences from which the mysterious biblical figure of Hagar emerged She looks at Sisterhood Lost Tra.

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Ancient Sisterhood Lost Traditions Of Hagar SarahDitions PDF Hagar's important role in the genesis of Hebrew culture her role as mother of the Islamic nations and her power as a matriarch as opposed to her apparent status as a concubineTeubal posits two distinct sources for the Hagar episodes Hagar as companion to Sarah and an unknown woman whom she refers to as the desert matriarch She explores whether Hagar was a slave to Abraham or Sarah the differences between Hagar and the desert matriarch Sisterhood Lost Traditions Of Hagar PDF/EPUB or and the obscurantism of these important elements in biblical texts Teubal sheds considerable light on two central figures of these world religions and “the disassociation of woman from her own female religious experience”.