Neimann, Theresa D. Books

Dr. Theresa Neimann has taught in the field of education for 25 years, she has taught primary, secondary and post-secondary education including GED, ESL and Religion classes. Her education experience includes the following: Ph.D. Candidate in Education, Oregon State University; Ph.D. Social Justice Theology; Master’s Degree: Celtic Theology, University of Wales.

Five-Thousand Year Search for a Way to Describe the Feminine Nature of God
2015 0-7734-4267-7
This a feminist interdisciplinary examination of the divine imagery and its connection to sexual justice, investigating the use of the word Zöe, Greek for “life”. A feminist hermeneutics using varying methodologies is utilized to empower women’s autonomy. The book examines the Greek Septuagint, the Nag Hammadi Scriptures, the Kabbalah, Hebrew and other scriptural sources to argue that Zöe can serve to provide multiple feminine images of God: Lady Wisdom, Mother God, Fountain of Life, Tree of Life, and Restorer.