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Jan
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comment How widespread is the belief that Adam had a first wife?
Ok as per msh210, my question may have been previouly worded in a confusing maner. Are you saying weird idea to the whole idea that Adam had any first wife, or specifically the weird Idea was that Lilith the demon was this wife? Thank you for your input!
Jan
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revised How widespread is the belief that Adam had a first wife?
Question reformatted for clarity.
Jan
14
comment How widespread is the belief that Adam had a first wife?
@msh210 is this clearer, please suggest other wording if not. I'm trying to be as clear as possible. I want the title of my question answered, weather or not it's a widespread belief that Adam had any first wife, weather it was Lilith or some other individual. as I understand they may likely be separate, or not, I don't know .
Jan
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revised How widespread is the belief that Adam had a first wife?
Trying to make it clearer.
Jan
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revised How widespread is the belief that Adam had a first wife?
clarification.
Jan
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asked How widespread is the belief that Adam had a first wife?
Sep
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comment What is the meaning of יוֹם (yowm) in Bereshit?
@avi can you clarify your sentence "...4th meaning of the worse is arguably used." from the context I think you meant '4th meaning of the word', but it could also mean 'the 4th meaning is the worst one'. I'm not sure, I think you meant word?
Sep
18
comment What is the meaning of יוֹם (yowm) in Bereshit?
@Isaac To both your comments, yes, that's what I'm really looking for. Can you suggest a rewording that would convey this, or are you saying that there is no authoritative answer thus it shouldn't have a place here? Like I said, I've heard conflicting reports, some have said there is no real contention and others have claimed it's widely disputed, none of these claims that I've heard have come from a Jewish source, so that's why I'm asking here. But if I'm understanding the answers here, it looks like there isn't something that most people agree one way or the other?
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Sep
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revised What is the meaning of יוֹם (yowm) in Bereshit?
Clarified question and changed to Hebrew names.
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Sep
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comment What is the meaning of יוֹם (yowm) in Bereshit?
I figured that not everyone would agree with one interpretation, but part of my question is, how much agreement is there (Between those whose field of expertise is specifically the Hebrew language) with one way or the other or is it just evenly split. Also you did a very good job of describing the viewpoints, but what is your personal viewpoint? +1 thanks for the answer.
Sep
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asked What is the meaning of יוֹם (yowm) in Bereshit?
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