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- Dan, Joseph (2006). 《Kabbalah: A Very Short Introduction》. Oxford University Press. 46쪽. ISBN 9780195300345.
The term "shekhinah" is not found in the Bible, and it was formulated in talmudic literature from the biblical verb designating the residence (shkn) of God in the temple in Jerusalem and among the Jewish people. "Shekhinah" is used in rabbinic literature as one of the many abstract titles or references to God.
- McNamara, Martin (2010). McNamara, Martin, 편집. 《argum and Testament Revisited: Aramaic Paraphrases of the Hebrew Bible: A Light on the New Testament》 Seco판. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing. ISBN 9780802862754.
Whereas the verb shakan and terms from the root škn occur in the Hebrew Scriptures, and while the term shekhinah/shekinta is extremely common in rabbinic literature and the targums, no occurrence of it is attested in pre-rabbinic literature.
- S. G. F. Brandon, editor, Dictionary of Comparative Religion (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1970), p. 573: "Shekhinah".
- “Babylonian Talmud: Kethuboth 85”. 《halakhah.com》.