Shekhina

(Hebrew: `Dwelling,` or `Presence`), in Jewish theology, the presence of God in the world. The designation was first used in the Aramaic form, ... [1 related articles]
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Shekhina

[book] Shekhina is a book of photography by Leonard Nimoy of Jewish women, with commentary on Jewish tradition and scripture. The book received a certain amount of controversy for the perceived risqué nature of a number of the photographs. The title comes from the Hebrew word shekhinah, meaning the glory or radiance of God, or God`s presen...
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Shekhina

The divine presence.
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