Religion and sex week 10/5/15 notes
Religion and sex week 10/5/15 notes RELI 363
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Date Created: 10/09/15
Religion and Sex 10515 The intro to SWR reveals Malinowski s journal indicate disdain for the Trobriand islanders In African spiritual traditions bearing a child is generally thought to be a sacred act ln African spiritual traditions arranged marriages Are commonly practiced but courtship and sexual attraction are still a part of marriage Practitioners of African spiritual traditions have been willing to discuss their views on sex because Practitioners are aware of the stigma and demonization of their traditions by outsiders Jews believe Jesus is the messiah False Important terms Torah the Jewish Bible fst five books teachings Hebrew Bible Old Testament Talmud Orthodox Conservative Reform Synagogueshul Niddah When a woman has discharge her discharge being blood from her body she shall remain in her impurity seven days whoever touches her shall be unclean until evening Name of someone menstruating Mikvah the bath Tum ah impurity Other feminist issues agunah chained wife 10715 Reclaiming Niddah and Mikveh According to Ahmadu why do female circumcision practices persist today Enormous social pressure on mothers to continue practice for daughters initiation tied to gaining full rights to kono culture women are excited for the practices ln Native religious traditions the relationship between humans and nature should be Religion and Sex Harmonious with joint cooperation and reciprocity Native cultures treat menstruation With respect and girls are honored the first time they get their period as powerful and potentially dangerous as requiring strict rulescommon practices involve avoiding meat Indigenous third gender people had what responsibilities in their communities they acted as undertakers for their communities It is difficult to reconstruct Native American histories because Native cultures favored oral transmission most of the available records are filtered through the prejudices of the colonizers Tumah ritual impurity in the Bible Examples contact with a corpse certain illness leprosy bodily emissions seminal menstrual etc contact with someone who is impure
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