Lilith, the first woman to be created by God: Find out.
Since a woman should generally follow her husband and be his submissive, Lilith was seen as something wrong.
This is evidence that they neglected to edit Genesis 1:27 - "God made man in his own image, in the image of God he created him, male and female he created them."
As we've seen from the reference above, God did indeed create both a woman and a man in his image at the same time.
Lilith was also tougher and more level-headed as a result of her dominance over Adam. She was expelled from Eden's garden. God then produced a woman from Adam's rib to ensure that she is submissive and obeys Adam this time.
What became of Lilith?
Lucifer took Lilith as his wife. She's the one who made Eve and Adam eat the forbidden fruit in the first place.
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Do you believe in the existence of Lilith?
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