As with each and every name (and letter) of the Hebrew bible, the structure of the words themselves tell a story which is often very different from the anthropomorphic (and quite frankly childish) images that we tend to attach to them.
When we hear the name “Adam”, as in “Adam & Eve” , our mind’s eye quickly conjures up images of scantily clad proto-humans roaming around in a primeval jungle. But once these childish depictions lose their allure, we might ask: “What does this name actually mean?”
In our latest conversation, we try to show some of the ways in which we may get closer to the original understanding of “Adam”:
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