Rabbi Beth Lieberman

Rabbi Beth Lieberman

Placing girls and women front and center in the Jewish conversation is a sacred calling for Rabbi Lieberman, whose work forging alliances and sparking innovation within the American Jewish community is centered in literature, rabbinics, and non-profit organizational leadership. She is the literary editor and one of the revising translators of The JPS Tanakh: Gender-Sensitive Edition. Please visit her website at www.rabbibethlieberman.com.

Blog Posts

Book cover that reads "JPS Tanakh: Gender-Sensitive Edition" - blue and brown letters on white background

What's a "Gender-Sensitive" Bible Translation?

Rabbi Beth Lieberman
Dr. Elias Sacks

The new translation empowers readers to view the Bible with fresh eyes.

Topics: Feminism, Bible, Theology
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Translating God's Name in a New Way

Rabbi Beth Lieberman

The entire Hebrew Bible has never been translated into English without the male-centric God language—until now.

Topics: Feminism, Bible, Writing
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Review: Tirzah Firestone's "Wounds into Wisdom"

Rabbi Beth Lieberman

We review Tirzah Firestone's latest book, Wounds into Wisdom, and discuss intergenerational trauma.

Topics: Non-Fiction


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Jewish Women's Archive. "Rabbi Beth Lieberman." (Viewed on April 20, 2024) <http://jwa.org/blog/author/lieberman-beth>.