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The Girl and the Drash
Anna Batler Dec 21, 2011
The real miracle of the Chanukah story is our willful forgetting of the historic Maccabees and their holy war.
The Girl and the Drash
Anna Batler Dec 07, 2011
The Torah's sexual ethic emerges in the narratives of Dina and Bilhah. Above all else is the ability of men to barter the wombs of the daughters and sisters in their possession.
The Girl and the Drash
Anna Batler Dec 01, 2011
Jacob discovers that his God had been too small, that his God was a God without borders.
The Girl and the Drash
Anna Batler Nov 23, 2011
This Thanksgiving, may we dream not about first class citizenship for some, but about home and citizenship for everyone.
The Girl and the Drash
Anna Batler Nov 17, 2011
In this archetypal narrative, we see the myth of the powerful woman and the whipped man.
Anna Batler Nov 01, 2011
Did God choose Abraham, or did Abraham choose God?
The Girl and the Drash
Anna Batler Oct 27, 2011
The image of a child playing with Noah's Ark ought to be jarring. Why isn't it?
Anna Batler Oct 18, 2011
Discomfort and ambiguity toward economic, social, and technological change is, perhaps, as old as change itself. It is the archetype story beneath the archetypal stories of Genesis.
The Girl and the Drash
Anna Batler Oct 09, 2011
In the Sukkah the problem of the human gaze is resolved through the mutuality of simple presence, where together we can exist, demanding nothing from the other.
The Girl and the Drash
Anna Batler Sep 27, 2011
Those of us seeking revolution and dissent can find a model in Hannah's famous prayer for a son.
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