The Divine Feminine Version (DFV) of the New Testament

The Divine Feminine Version (DFV) of the New Testament, Second Edition (Paperback)

On-Line Texts:

Preface

Introduction: Basic Principles

The Good News According to the Tradition of Matthew

The Good News According to the Tradition of Mark

The Good News According to the Tradition of Luke

The Good News According to the Tradition of John

The Acts of the Apostles

To the Romans

To the Corinthians (1)

To the Corinthians (2)

To the Galatians

To the Ephesians

To the Philippians

To the Colossians

To the Thessalonians (1)

To the Thessalonians (2)

To Timothy (1)

To Timothy (2)

To Titus

To Philemon

To the Hebrews

The Tradition of James

The Tradition of Peter (1)

The Tradition of Peter (2)

The Tradition of John (1)

The Tradition of John (2)

The Tradition of John (3)

The Tradition of Jude

The Revelation of John

Appendix: The Good News According to the Tradition of Thomas

Appendix: The Good News According to the Tradition of Mary

The Divine Feminine Version (DFV) of the New Testament, Second Edition (PDF)

The Divine Feminine Version (DFV) of the New Testament, Second Edition (Word)

A Note about Copyright

You’ll notice that the Divine Feminine Version (DFV) of the New Testament bears a specific Creative Commons copyright (Attribution, Noncommercial, Share Alike 3.0 United States). This provides you permission not only to use the DFV for your own personal use, but to download and share it with others for noncommercial purposes without asking our permission. It also permits you to build on our work and make adjustments if you appreciate most of the DFV, but prefer different terms in some cases.

If you do download the Microsoft Word version of the DFV and alter it, just be sure to call your version something besides the DFV but provide appropriate attribution.

You can easily create a derivative version using the “Find and Replace” function of Microsoft Word. However, you’ll want to be careful to replace terms on a case-by-case basis instead of executing a global “Find and Replace.” For example, if you prefer the term “God,” “Goddess,” or “God/de” instead of “Godde,” be mindful of texts like John 10:34,35; Acts 7:40; 19:26,27,37; 1 Cor. 8:5; and Gal. 4:8, where the word “goddess” appears. If you’re doing a global “Find and Replace” to use “God” instead of “Godde” without making each change individually, you might accidentally replace “goddess” with “godss” in those verses. Similarly, if you prefer to replace “Christ” with “Anointed,” “Messiah,” “Christa,” “Christ-Sophia,” or “Sophia,” be mindful of verses like Acts 11:26; 26:28; and 1 Pet. 4:16, where the word “Christ” is part of the word “Christian.”

Finally, as you work through our text, please don’t hesitate to contact us if you find typographical errors.

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