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April 23, 2012 2:57 pm

British Rabbi Answers: Is God a Woman? (VIDEO)

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Sunrise over Mt. Sinai. Photo: wiki commons.

Have you ever wondered if God is a woman?

Ancient cultures, including in Greece and Rome used to believe in the idea.  On a recent episode of “The Big Questions” on the BBC, a panel of religious experts including a rabbi discusses the idea of God being female.

Rabbi Pesach Efune, who participates in the panel, is the father of the Algemeiner’s editor, Dovid Efune.

To watch the discussion of whether or not God is a woman, click below.

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  • God is a woman and Jesus was Her husband

    Christians call Jesus Son of God but in the Quran God stresses that Jesus was human. There is ample evidence that the texts of the Gospels have been changed and that the role of Mary Magdalene has been altered. Jesus was a reincarnation of Adam while Mary Magdalene was a reincarnation of Eve. In the original creation story Eve was not made out of the rib of Adam but Eve gave birth to Adam. This is the reason why Eve was called Mother of All the Living. For 6,000 years God has hidden Her identity.

    In the Gospel Adam is named Son of God while Jesus is called firstborn of all creation. This means that Adam was born and that Eve was God. The Gospel also states that Christians are children of God and born of God, which implies that God is a Mother and that the text has been altered later. The love of God Jesus was speaking of, is the love of a Goddess for Her husband. Jesus was born in the same way Adam was born, from a woman without the seed of a man. Eve and Adam have been around many times. Noah was a husband of God, like Abraham, Joseph, Moses, David and Mohammed. Reincarnations of Eve and Adam also played a significant role in history outside The Bible.

    This universe is a holographic virtual reality based on a real world. It is controlled by a programme that is running for approximately 6,000 years. The purpose of this universe is to provide entertainment for a woman we call God. God can assume roles in Her own universe. The real world She comes from probably has come about by accident and the laws of natural selection do apply there. The real humans we call gods produced an advanced civilisation, became immortal and entertain themselves with holographic virtual realities.

    More:
    http://www.naturalmoney.org/investigations.html

  • salvage

    Of course not, gods are real and why would they have a sex?

  • Greg

    I never thought I’d be quoting David Haivri, but listening through this, especially Rabbi Efune’s response, what Haivri said regarding Ibish came to mind http://bit.ly/JMUKoy : “His strategy is to use his academic rhetoric to make nonsense sound important.”

    It certainly brings passages from Isaiah and Jeremiah into focus… passages like Jeremiah 5:20-31 which are much more clear, it’s just you’re more likely to hear Haivri than the Lord speaking through His prophets.

  • Greg

    I never thought I’d be quoting David Haivri, but listening through this, especially Rabbi Efune’s response, what Haivri said regarding Ibish came to mind: “His strategy is to use his academic rhetoric to make nonsense sound important.”

    It certainly brings passages from Isaiah and Jeremiah into focus… passages like Jeremiah 5:20-31 which are much more clear, it’s just you’re more likely to hear Haivri than the Lord speaking through His prophets.

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