Hebrew's Attitude Towards Women

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The ancient Hebrew people did not make it obvious, when appointing their attitude towards women. Adam was known as a god because God himself gave him power to name whatever he likes. It shows how God trusts him and that he’s a very important creation. The Hebrews thought greatly of him. The creation of Eve, was from the ribs of Adam, while Adam was born from dirt. Eve was created the same as a Adam showing that Eve is less important. In chapter 1, verse 27, God described how he was going to create man and women at the same time. Implying that equality between men and women. When God created Adam he made him become a living soul, Eve didn’t get his treatment. Also God told Adam about how the tree of knowledge is good and evil. Eve didn’t get

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