Support for the Divine Feminine Version (DFV) On-Line

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In her latest blog post, ordained Baptist minister Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton has written about the Divine Feminine Version (DFV) of the New Testament:

Until recently, congregations have had nowhere to turn for gender-balanced scripture readings. Now we can go to the Divine Feminine Version (DFV) of the New Testament. By including female language for the Divine, the DFV affirms the sacred value of females who continue to suffer from violence, abuse, and discrimination throughout the world. The DFV contributes to a theological foundation for gender equality, social justice, and peace.

Read more here.

In addition, the Divine Feminine Version (DFV) of the New Testament has also been posted on-line as The Official Bible Translation of Oasis Interfaith Ministry.

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2 Responses to “Support for the Divine Feminine Version (DFV) On-Line”

  1. Sinead Says:

    I am an Irish religious education teacher. I use the word Godde when speaking about the divine. Is the use of this word going against a Catholic ethos?

  2. Liminal Says:

    Although I’m not Roman Catholic, I’m not personally aware of a Catholic prohibition against the term “Godde.”

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