Our Mother: The Holy Spirit
by Marianne Widmalm
by Marianne Widmalm
This book provides a thorough examination of the Hebrew scriptures in the Old Testament of the Bible and the Jewish understanding of the Holy Spirit's gender and how she influenced the teachings of Jesus Christ and early Christian Church writers. Many of the principles and nuances used to described the Holy Spirit in the original manuscripts have been purposely ignored from pulpits in order to promote many of today's traditions of men. This book challenges Believers to return to their biblical roots regarding the Holy Spirit and her part in creation and the spiritual birth of Believers.
Connecting events from Genesis to the teachings of Jesus and His early followers, Ms. Widmalm describes how understanding the true identity of the Holy Spirit in Scripture is invaluable to the Christian faith, giving Believers a more intricate understanding of God's creation of Adam and Eve, His intent for marriage both spiritually and physically, and the ministry of Jesus. Ms. Widmalm also explores the negative consequences that resulted from removing the Holy Spirit's feminine gender in lieu of an all-male Trinitarian viewpoint, which developed hundreds of years after Christ's death and resurrection. She also examines how this drastic change in theology occurred from linguistic errors in Hebrew and the theological ignorance of the Holy Spirit's attributes in the Old Testament as the Church became more influenced by gentile cultures and antisemitism.
Discover the history of the Holy Spirit's gender, recognized as feminine within the Early Christian Church and Jewish culture, without compromising the male gender of Yahweh. Learn the original revelation of God's physical attributes as both male and female revealed in Genesis and how this positively reinforces the teachings of Jesus and Paul. In Christ there is no male or female, but all are one.
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