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Descarga The Woman’s Bible By Elizabeth Cady Stanton y disfrútalo en tu iPhone, iPad y iPod Biblia para las mujeres – Encouraging Quotes for Everyday Life. La Biblia de la mujer () is the Spanish edition of The Woman’s Bible ( 98 Stanton), edited volume by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. La “biblia de las mujer”, aparecida en , fue una consecuencia de la larga un texto redactado por lucrecia mott y elizabeth cady stanton, que contiene una.
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The Woman’s Bible is a two-part non-fiction book, written by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and a committee of 26 women, published in and to challenge the traditional position of religious orthodoxy that woman should be subservient to man.
Many women’s rights activists who worked with Stanton were opposed to the publication of The Woman’s Bible ; they felt it would harm the drive for women’s suffrage. Although it was never accepted by Bible scholars as a major work, it became a popular best-seller, much to the dismay of suffragists who worked alongside Stanton within the National American Woman Elizabetn Association NAWSA.
Anthony tried to calm the younger suffragists, but they issued a formal denunciation of the book, and worked to distance the suffrage movement from Stanton’s broader scope which included attacks on traditional religion. In the early 19th century advocates of nujer rights began to accumulate rebuttals to arguments used against them founded on traditional interpretations of Bible scriptures. Lucretia Mott countered those who would put her in her place by quoting other Bible passages, or by challenging the original interpretation of the cadu.
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InMott wrote Discourse on Woman which discussed Adam and Evethe activities of various women who appear in the Bible, and argued that the Bible supported woman’s right to speak aloud her spiritual beliefs. By the s, Mott had become expert at disarming men who used Scripture against her. At the National Women’s Rights Convention inand again inshe stood up to debate men who came prepared with Scripture in hand.
Reverend Henry Grew told the convention audience that the Bible proved men were naturally superior to women. He was countered point-by-point by Hannah Tracy Cutlerthen in broad societal and political terms by Mott who began by saying: The Church and State have been united, and it is well for us to see it so.
Inandthe Church of England published a Revised Version of the Bible, the first new English version in over two centuries. Stanton was dissatisfied with the Revised Version’s failure to incorporate recent scholarship from Bible translator Julia Evelina Smith. Whatever the Bible may be made to do in Hebrew or Greek, in plain English it does not exalt and dignify woman. My standpoint for criticism is the revised edition of I will so far honor the revising committee of wise men who have given us the best exegesis they can according to their ability, although Disraeli said the last one before he died, containedblunders in the Hebrew, and 7, in the Greek.
Stanton assembled a “Revising Committee” to draft commentary on the new Bible version. Many of those she approached in person and by letter refused to take part, especially scholars who would be risking their professional reputations.
Sharing Stanton’s determination, the committee wished to correct biblical interpretation which they viewed as being biased against women, and to bring attention to the small fraction of the Bible which discussed women. She left such duties to Susan B. Anthony and instead traveled to Europe for two years. While there she met with women who shared her views, and she gathered critical observations about the place of woman in the Bible.
Clark questioned whether Stanton’s liberal views had shocked some in attendance, and Stanton replied: I am in the sunset of life, and I feel it to be my special mission to tell people what they are not prepared to hear InMatilda Joslyn Gage took time out from her participation in the Revising Committee to write Woman, Church and Statea book which challenged traditional Judeo-Christian teaching that women were the source of sin, and that sex was sinful.
Gage wrote that the double standard for morality hurt both sexes. Gage determined that the Church had acted against women’s interests in important ways: Especially troubling to Gage was the story of Adam and Eve. On August 1,the first part of The Woman’s Bible was published, covering the Pentateuch the first five books of the Bible: GenesisExodusLeviticusNumbersand Deuteronomy.
The time has come to read it as we do all other books, accepting the good and rejecting the evil it teaches. At its introduction, The Woman’s Bible ,a widely criticized in editorials and from the pulpit. Stanton wrote that “the clergy denounced it as the work of Satan Anthony, Stanton’s best and most faithful collaborator, concluded after years of working for women’s rights that the concentration on one issue— votes for women —was the key to bringing success to the movement.
The women’s organizations had too varied a membership to agree on anything more complex. Stanton insisted, however, that the women’s rights conventions were too narrowly focused; she brought forward a variety of challenging concepts in the form of essays for Anthony to read to the audiences. Anthony wrote to Clara Bewick Colby to say of Stanton “of all her great speeches, I am always proud—but of her Bible commentaries, I am l proud—either of their spirit or letter But I shall love and honor her to the end—whether her Bible please me or not.
So I hope cadu will do for me. Anthony opened the convention on January 23, Avery surprised Anthony by stating to the more than members of the audience:. During the latter part of the year the work has been in several directions much hindered by the general misconception of the relation of the so-called “Woman’s Bible” to our association.
As an organization we have been held responsible for the action of cqdy individual Avery called for a resolution: The opinion of NAWSA delegate Laura Clayexpressed in her Southern Committee report on January 27 that “the South is ready for woman suffrage, eilzabeth it ztanton be woman suffrage and nothing else,”  was typical of responses to The Woman’s Bible conflict.
Most suffragists wanted only to work on the right to vote, “without attaching it to dress reform, or bicycling, or anything else On the afternoon of January 28, a list of Resolutions dde put to a vote. The first seven were passed without comment. The eighth was Avery’s proposed dissociation with The Woman’s Bibleand its presence caused an active debate.
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Stanton had injured the cause of woman’s rights by insisting on the demand for woman suffrage, but she had sense enough not to pass a resolution about it Stanton did not attend the convention; she was 80 years old, obese, and bedridden.
Stanton wished for a greater degree of scholarship in The Woman’s Biblebut was unable to convince Bible scholars of her day to take part in what was expected to be a controversial project.
Scholars continued to avoid addressing the subject of sexism in the Bible until when Margaret Brackenbury Crook published Women and Religiona study of the status of women in Judaism and Christianity. Today, biblical scholarship by women has come into maturity, with women posing new questions about the Bible, and challenging the very basis of biblical studies. Stanton herself was marginalized in the women’s suffrage movement after publication of The Woman’s Bible.
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