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Rabbi Robyn Ashworth-Steen
Welcome to Wandering Rabbi! A space to explore the liminal nature of being a human being in this world, and particularly of being a Jew and a rabbi.
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The hope for this space is that it acts as a tapestry of words and thoughts. A place where I can weave various strands together, which otherwise would remain buried and stuck. In the words of Clarissa Pinkola Estés I know that 'art is not meant to be created in stolen moments only'. This is a commitment to creativity and my voice and, as such, a commitment to you and your voice. An encouragement to find the space you need and the inspiration which fires you up.
A place where Judaism, feminism, justice, community, books, liminality and critical thinking meet and mingle.
Please only reproduce the work on this blog with proper attribution or the permission of the author.
HERE YOU CAN FIND SOME DETAILS OF RABBI ROBYN’S PUBLISHED WORKS.
‘Lilith’ by Robyn Ashworth-Steen, in Feeding Women of the Talmud, Feeding Ourselves: Uplifting the Voices of Talmudic Heroines and Honoring Them with Simple, Vegan Recipes, edited by Kenden Alfond, 2022, Turner.
‘The Power of Language’ by Robyn Ashworth-Steen, in What Makes me Angry: Howls of Rabbinic Rage…and Solutions, edited by R. Jonathan Romain, 2022, The Movement for Reform Judaism.
‘Wandering Jews: Using our Exilic Condition to Create Communities and Change’ by Robyn Ashworth-Steen, in Mapping Faith: Theologies of Migration and Community, edited by Lia D. Shimada, 2020, Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
- You can find a podcast based on this chapter on the LBC Lehrhaus website here.
‘If not with others, how?: Creating Rabbinic Activists Through Study’ by Robyn Ashworth-Steen and Deborah Kahn-Harris, Journal for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies, Vol. 2.1 (Autumn 2020).
‘How Satisfactory is Maimonides’ Solution to the Problem of Evil’, Robyn Ashworth-Steen, European Judaism, Vol. 50, No.1, Spring 2017:113-122.
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