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Barbara G. Walker

Barbara G. Walker (born July 2, 1930, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American author and feminist. She is an influential knitting expert and the author of several classic encyclopedic knitting references, despite "not taking to it at all" when she first learned in college. Other topics she has written about are religion, cultural anthropology, spirituality, and mythology from the viewpoint of pre-Indo-European neolithic matriarchies.

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The very fears and guilts imposed by religious training are responsible for some of history's most b ...

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Faith in God necessarily implies a lack of faith in humanity.

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From a biological viewpoint, patriarchal religion denied women the natural rights of every other mam ...

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Male genitals are still called "the tree of life" by the Arabs, and a cross was one of the oldest di ...

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Credulity as a character trait is encouraged in every child who grows up with religious training, wh ...

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Men get together in pretentious councils to decide what God is, what God thinks, what God wants the ...

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In the beginning, in the time that was no time, nothing existed but the Womb. And the Womb was a lim ...

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The profoundly cynical premise of all religionists is that people are not capable of behaving decent ...

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Because religious training means credulity training, churches should not be surprised to find that s ...

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...the history of early-medieval Arabia is nearly all legend. Like Buddha, Confucius, Jesus, and oth ...

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