Category Archives: Bereishit

God Is Not Binary

When God made mankind, he put them in the Garden and told them they could eat from every plant, right? Genesis 1:29¬† And God said, “Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the face of … Continue reading

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Creationism Confirmed Again

Creation scientists have long said that, since carnivorous behavior is an artifact of the Fall, many (or most) venoms probably devolved from digestive enzymes. Evolutionary biologists have once again confirmed a creationist hypothesis by discovering that the North American shrew … Continue reading

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Bereishit 5769 – An Help Meet for Him

Genesis 2:18, part 2 I will make him an help meet for him. According to Adam Clarke, the Hebrew for “help meet for him,” ezer kenegdo, “implies that the woman was to be a perfect resemblance of the man, possessing … Continue reading

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Weeks, Months, and Women

Some possible answers for hojat rostami: I am a university student in field of ” women’s studies” I’m sorry, but that could be the source of much of your confusion. I suspect that verifiable facts take a distant backseat to … Continue reading

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That the Man Should Be Alone

My post of a few days ago, “We, the Adulteress,” was an excerpt from a book I have been working on for nearly ten years. Although the work has been repeatedly interrupted by an excess of personal crises and a … Continue reading

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Lamech and First Mention…Again

The Law of First Mention is a method of hermeneutics in which the student interprets all scriptural references to a given†concept primarily in light of its very first mention. This is a very subjective method of Biblical interpretation, and a … Continue reading

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Lamech’s Two Wives

There is not a single extraneous character recorded in the Torah (Matthew 5:18). Every word is written for a purpose, and there is nothing wasted. This is one reason why the names of wives are rarely mentioned: not because women … Continue reading

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