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Egalitarian Wicca By Jeff Berry
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Wicca is a religion of self-exploration and self-discovery. That which you need to truly learn cannot be learned from a book alone. My intention is not to provide another Wicca 101 book that explains... More > everything in great detail, or is nothing more than another regurgitation of what has already been said countless times. My goal is to simply provide a foundation that allows the reader to build upon. In doing so the reader is allowed to determine, through self-exploration, meditation and discovery, what it means to be Wiccan and worship the Goddess and God on a more personal and intimate level, rather than simply read about other authors’ interpretations. For that reason Egalitarian Wicca has been intentionally written somewhat vague, and it requires that the reader interpret much of the meaning for themselves through introspection.< Less
Leaves from the Garden By The Egalitarian Minyan of Rogers Park
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The leaves of this book are gleaned from the garden of Torah study, tended with loving care by the members of the Egalitarian Minyan of Rogers Park, in Chicago, Illinois. Come in, and you will find... More > an anthology of divrei Torah delivered by various members of the Minyan over the past several years. The members come to the Torah from a wide variety of backgrounds, and their divrei Torah yield a broad range of insights, some scholarly, some strikingly original, some challenging, but all heartfelt. To read this book is to witness once again how our ancient Torah is eternally new as each member wrestles with its profound and sometimes difficult message. (Proceeds from the sale of this book will go to the tzedaka fund of the Egalitarian Minyan.)< Less
Leaves from the Garden By The Egalitarian Minyan of Rogers Park
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The leaves of this book are gleaned from the garden of Torah study, tended with loving care by the members of the Egalitarian Minyan of Rogers Park, in Chicago, Illinois. Come in, and you will find... More > an anthology of divrei Torah delivered by various members of the Minyan over the past several years. The members come to the Torah from a wide variety of backgrounds, and their divrei Torah yield a broad range of insights, some scholarly, some strikingly original, some challenging, but all heartfelt. To read this book is to witness once again how our ancient Torah is eternally new as each member wrestles with its profound and sometimes difficult message. (Proceeds from the sale of this book will go to the tzedaka fund of the Egalitarian Minyan.)< Less
Women's Speaking Justified - the 1666 classic by Margaret Fell with modern English By Mark Baker-Wright
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Many today believe that the debate about women's ordination is a modern phenomenon. In truth, Christians have wrestled with this issue for centuries. "Women's Speaking Justified" is a... More > 1666 example of this controversy, as written by Quaker legend Margaret Fell (later the wife of George Fox). The 17th-century English of Fell is a bit off-putting to many, so this version includes a modern English version, placed on opposing pages with the 17th-century text for comparison.< Less
SIDDUR LIMMUD ● I: Friday night By Olve Utne
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The aim of Siddúr Limmúd is to be a source of learning, encouragement and practical assistance for those who want to draw closer to the traditional practices and teachings of the Jewish... More > people throughout the ages. The whole traditional ritual in Hebrew, including full nikkud and te‘amím, of the Spanish and Portuguese Sephardim of Western Europe and the Americas is included, together with parallel versions and optional insertions in cases where the Italiani or Ashkenazi rites differ significantly from the Sephardi version. Selected significant variants from 19th and 20th century non-Orthodox sources are also described, and in some cases added as alternatives or optional insertions. The prayerbook’s multi-denominational profile combined with a firmly traditional basis makes it usable for practical application and reference in Masorti, Conservative, Reconstructionist and progressive Modern Orthodox congregations, as well as in traditional-egalitarian havurot and minyanim. (Hardcover edition)< Less
SIDDUR LIMMUD ● I: Friday night. (v. 0.97 pb) By Olve Utne
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The aim of Siddúr Limmúd is to be a source of learning, encouragement and practical assistance for those who want to draw closer to the traditional practices and teachings of the Jewish... More > people throughout the ages. The whole traditional ritual in Hebrew, including full nikkud and te‘amím, of the Spanish and Portuguese Sephardim of Western Europe and the Americas is included, together with parallel versions and optional insertions in cases where the Italiani or Ashkenazi rites differ significantly from the Sephardi version. Selected significant variants from 19th and 20th century non-Orthodox sources are also described, and in some cases added as alternatives or optional insertions. The prayerbook’s multi-denominational profile combined with a firmly traditional basis makes it usable for practical application and reference in Masorti, Conservative, Reconstructionist and progressive Modern Orthodox congregations, as well as in traditional-egalitarian havurot and minyanim. (Paperback edition)< Less
Free Air By Sinclair Lewis
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This cheerful little road novel, published in 1919, is about Claire Boltwood, who, in the early days of the 20th century, travels by automobile from New York City to the Pacific Northwest, where she... More > falls in love with a nice, down-to-earth young man and gives up her snobbish Estate. From a critical perspective, Free Air is consistent with Sinclair Lewis's lean towards egalitarian politics, which he displays in his other works (most notably in It Can't Happen Here). Examples of his politics in Free Air are found in Lewis's emphasis on the heroic role played by the book's protagonist, Milt Dagget, a working class everyman type. Conversely, Lewis presents nearly every upper-class character in Claire Boltwood's world (including her railroad-mogul father) as being snobby elitists. The story also champions the democratic nature of the automobile, versus the more aristocratic railroad travel.< Less
Free Air By Sinclair Lewis
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This cheerful little road novel, published in 1919, is about Claire Boltwood, who, in the early days of the 20th century, travels by automobile from New York City to the Pacific Northwest, where she... More > falls in love with a nice, down-to-earth young man and gives up her snobbish Estate. From a critical perspective, Free Air is consistent with Sinclair Lewis's lean towards egalitarian politics, which he displays in his other works (most notably in It Can't Happen Here). Examples of his politics in Free Air are found in Lewis's emphasis on the heroic role played by the book's protagonist, Milt Dagget, a working class everyman type. Conversely, Lewis presents nearly every upper-class character in Claire Boltwood's world (including her railroad-mogul father) as being snobby elitists. The story also champions the democratic nature of the automobile, versus the more aristocratic railroad travel.< Less
Libertarian Marxism By P. Andrew Sandlin
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Exposes the the roots of the prevailing Western vision of our time — leftist radicals in the streets of Paris, 1968, who escalated egalitarianism from an economic to a cultural revolution.
Women & Leadership By Richard Stals
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There is an ongoing debate in many quarters of the Body of Christ today. The basic question is, “What does the Bible say about women in positions of teaching and spiritual authority in the... More > Church?” The answer to this question is not a mere matter of disconnected, theoretical theology. It has a direct and vital impact on how we recognize the calling, anointing and ministry of over half of the membership of our churches. This booklet has been written to explore these two prevailing views and explain why I believe the clear teaching of scripture is that God makes no distinction between men and women when it comes to ministry and leadership in the Church.< Less