How are the mitzvoth different for women and men why

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seen as a set of general guidelines not a list of restrictions.
-How are the mitzvoth different for women and men? Why? What are the 3 women’s mitzvot?
-What are the two main gender differences that exist in Jewish law regarding religious practices?
-What did the Oprah video highlight and why was it important to the women in the video?
-What arguments did the JOFA make in their challenges to the exclusion of women from services and prayers?
3.they do not actually lead services because of "dignity of the congregation"Fisher,Ch 6 Women in Judaism -Who was the Queen of Heaven and what did she represent to women?
-What argument does Plaskow make about “God Language” within Judaism and why does it need to be changed?God is said to be male and is referred to using male pronouns which leads to a hierarchical structure. Men are seen as normative Jews and women are perceived as other. -What is a mikveh and how had it been reinterpreted by Jewish women? Womens bodies were considered unclean during menstruation and for a week afterward until they bathed in mikveh. This purification through the living waters symbolizes a renewal, a re-creation, a regeneration of the life forces.
WEEK 10 Women in ChristianityKnow the terms: -Sacraments:7 sacraments: Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Holy Orders, Reconciliation of a Penitent (confession), Anointing of the Sick, and Matrimony. A Sacrament is considered an outward sign, instituted by Christ, that conveys an inward, spiritual grace through Christ.-Trinitarianism:(

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