[b-hebrew] Genesis 3:15 and order of ideas

Moshe Shulman mshulman at ix.netcom.com
Tue Dec 21 21:53:18 EST 2004


At 08:55 PM 12/21/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>In a message dated 12/21/2004 7:15:54 PM Central Standard Time, 
>mshulman at ix.netcom.com writes:
>>If one interprets when translating one can make a verse mean anything. The
>>word 'conceive' is not there.  The problem of the language implying the
>>female having 'seed' led to a number of interesting comments by the Rabbis.
>"zara, in both its verb and noun
>Transliterated: zara'
>Text:  "to sow, scatter seed, make pregnant." Common throughout the 
>history of the Hebrew language,


There is a Hebrew word meaning pregnant. Do you know what it is? It is not 
there in that verse.

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