Jews frequently understand their identity through the prism of ritual.
which were mostly created and used by males.
This perspective runs the danger of pushing women to the periphery of Jewish life.
The Hebrew Bible's narratives relate the experiences of Israel's people to those of women.
God, nationality, and education are all understood via experience.
A thorough examination of these stories might significantly alter our perception.
To be an observant Jew is to be that.
Consider a tale where God and Moses are engaged in a bloody conflict.
Some of the disgruntled Israelites who are close to the desert have aroused God's wrath,
And the fire burns them up. Terrified by this encounter and his exposure to danger in the wilderness,
The populace confronts Moses and requests that he give them food.