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Elisabeth Mehl Greene

Elisabeth Mehl Greene
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Elisabeth Mehl Greene is a writer and composer working in the Washington, D.C., area. She is a visiting researcher at the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University, and recently published her first book, Lady Midrash: Poems Reclaiming the Voices of Biblical Women (reviewed here on CFT).

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The Woman Seated on the Beast—Revelation 17

“Since I am intentionally presenting these Bible studies from a feminist point of view, we shall examine in some detail John’s image of the woman as a ‘great whore who is seated on many waters’ . . . . Feminists are rightly wary of women being called prostitutes.”
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For many years I have also believed that a symbol other than the cross should be at the center of Christianity. The emphasis on the cross leads to the glorification of violence and death rather than the love and abundant life that Jesus taught.