Neimann, Theresa D.
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.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.