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Bereshit 4:1 states, Now the man knew his wife Chava, and she conceived and bore Cain, and she said, "I have acquired a man with the Lord."
Speaking on this verse, could it imply a divine conception, so to speak, or a similar situation? Or even, given that Cain started off as mostly impurity before he did teshuva (see sources 1 and 2 below), could it possibly mean the "lord" of the kelipah impregnated Chava? Various sources say Cain came from the סמ and Chava, so that would imply so. (See sources 3, 4, 5 below). What wouldn't seem to fit that interpretation is "Lord" is capitalized, seeming to show it is from Hashem directly, not the סמ, but I am reading the verse in English, so maybe one of the added nuances the Hebrew always adds will solve that difficulty.
And are there examples of divine conceptions in Tanakh and Midrash besides this, whether from Hashem directly, or an angel on the side of kedusha, or from an angel from the sitra achra?
- https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/3998473/jewish/Baal-Teshuvah.htm ("The first baal teshuvah was Cain")
- Sefer HaLikutim quoted from https://www.chabad.org/kabbalah/article_cdo/aid/379754/jewish/Fathers-of-Good-and-Evil.htm ("And since Cain came from the impurity of the snake [who had raped Eve]"...)
- Pirkei D'Rabbi Eliezar chapter 21.
- Bereshit 5:3 also can lend itself to this interpretation, implying Cain was not in Adam's likeness or image
To add, there are opinions, such as I believe R' Elazar Ben Azaria, that an angel visited Sarah's tent to conceive Yitzchak. What opinions are there about which angels it was if we go with the opinions it was an angel.
Also, I would ask the same question about Shimshon.
Also in Sefer Enoch 106:1 it raises the same question about Noach as well.
Answers to any of these would be helpful, more than a flood of downvotes that are hard to understand. Maybe the title was mistaken for an xtianity or "Jews for Jesus" sort of question? To be clear, this question is in no way trying to make any argument for Yoshke being a divine conception, I just wanted to learn about real cases where it happened, from Torah.