Eve Was Made From Adam's PEN!S Not Ribs, According To Bible Professor

Eve Was Made From Adam's PEN!S Not Ribs, According To Bible Professor
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There's a new claim about the origins of the first humans on Earth which has caused outrage from the Christian community. PhD scholar of Bible and Northwest Semitic Languages, Professor Ziony Zevit from the American Jewish University exposed through an academic journal that Eve was really created by God out of Adam's male reproductive organ. 

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Ziony Zevit's theory

Ziony Zevit's theory

According to the Bible professor, God made eve using Adam's 'baculum', or the bone which can be found on mammal's male genital.

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Relative to Present Human's anatomy

Relative to Present Human's anatomy
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This theory explains why there is an equal number of ribs among men and women, and why male's genital lacks this bone.

Hebrew Term Supporting the Theory

Hebrew Term Supporting the Theory
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Hebrew term 'tsela' mentioned in the Old Testament is equivalent to an upright human body feature that is in the form of a limb, projected out sideways.

Interchangeable term 'Tsela' or 'Tzela'

Interchangeable term 'Tsela' or 'Tzela'
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Tsela was often indicated in Bible verses in the Old testament. In the vocabulary, the term can be interchanged to bones in the foot, arms and penis. Genesis 2:21 can also prove that the God's flesh-closing occurred in the genitalia.

Criticism on the claim

Criticism on the claim
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Upon reading the article in the Biblical Archeology Review, religious warriors and other scholars all over the world said that their religious belief is technically not shaken, because the claim remains unconvincing.

In Zevit's defense

In Zevit's defense
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After all, his theory bunked on Hebrew writings referring to the creation at the Garden of Eden.

Scientific Claim on The Disappearance of Baculum

Scientific Claim on The Disappearance of Baculum
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Richard Dawkins included in his book "The Selfish Gene" that humans lost the bone due to transitions in socio-sexual behavior in humans.