- You Can't Understand the Bible by Yourself
- To find allusions to the Levitical prohibition in Genesis 1:27, you have to ponder the absence of a similar prohibition addressed at women, the use of ish with zakar, and the curious absence of neqebah in the Leviticus directives.
- Gender and the Trinity: An Interview with Psychologist Larry Crabb
- Neqebah (female) means one who is open to receive, has an invitational style of relating. And zakar (male) means one who remembers something important and then does it.
- Larry Crabb's Fully Alive: A Relational View of Gender
- First, Crabb's biblical basis for the separation of gender and sexuality falls on two Hebrew words: zakar and neqebah. He says that these express gender, where as ish and isha express sex (anatomical sexual differentiation).
- Culto y desprecio del cuerpo
- Al comienzo de la Biblia, en el Génesis, se lee que Dios creó al ser humano (ha-adam) a su imagen; lo creó a imagen de Dios, los creó varón (zakar) y mujer (neqebah).
- Sex is What I do WITH my Wife, Not TO my Wife
- I find the translation of neqebah and Michael's interpretive comments that follow, to be rudimentary and misleading.
Neqebah is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Neqebah books and related discussion.
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