S1E15 Mother in Heaven and her Daughters as weavers
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In this extended episode we discuss how some Biblical scholars render translations that show the feminine side of God as a weaver, and what that means for us and our divine natures as His and Her daughters.

There will not be an episode for February 12 but join us on the 19th for episode 16!

To find the essays from Dr. Margaret Barker that I reference click here and here.
For the essay from Jack Welch about why Luke included this detail about swaddling clothes in his account of the birth of Jesus click here.
The essay in BYU Studies entitle, "A Mother There: A Survey of Historical Teachings about Mother in Heaven",  click here.
This link will take you to the lecture Margaret Barker gives about the lead and gold plates found in Jordan.
The verse in Isaiah I couldn't remember is Isaiah 6:5

To purchase a copy of "We are Adam: the Partnership of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and what it means for you" click here for Amazon and here for Cedar Fort.

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Follow my blog at Medium.com for essays and articles that follow closely along with the podcasts.

Aaaaaand . . . last but not least, if you want a chance at a free drawing that will be held live on Facebook on February 18, your name will be included each time you:
1) subscribe to my newsletter on my website
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5) post a picture of you holding my book on Instagram, tagging Ramona Siddoway and Exploring the Feminine Divine

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