Eve was not made from one of Adam's ribs, but was instead created using a bone in his penis, a Biblical scholar has claimed causing much controversy. Eve was not made from one of Adam's ribs, but was instead created using a bone in his penis, a Biblical scholar has claimed, causing much stir. Ziony Zevit, distinguished professor of Biblical Literature and Northwest Semitic Languages at the American Jewish University in California, argues that the Biblical story has been wrongly interpreted since a mistranslation confused rib with baculum, or penis bone.
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According to the origin story  of the Abrahamic religionsshe was the first woman. Eve is known also as Adam's wife. According to the second chapter of Genesis, Eve was created by God Yahweh by taking her from the rib  of Adamto be Adam's companion.
Christians are furious after Prof Ziony Zevit says the 'rib' used in the traditional Genesis story is a mistranslation from the original Hebrew. This could mean the Bible story is an attempt to explain why man, unlike most mammalslacks a penis bone. Instead, he claims the word refers to limbs sticking out sideways from an upright human body - the hands or feet, and - for men - the penis. Read more: Amazon and eBay are selling cow dung patties used in religious rituals in India.
Instead, he claims the word refers to limbs sticking out sideways from an upright human body — the hands or feet, and — for men — the penis. Zevit, of the American Jewish University in Maryland, said: "Of these appendages, the only one lacking a bone is the penis. Elon Gilad, a journalist writing in a national Israeli newspaperargued against the professors theory, claiming it was very unlikely.
In addition, the thinking goes, men have the same number of ribs as do women — and the ribs are symmetrical — so how could one have been taken from the first man? Furthermore, while human penises have no bones, penises of many other mammals do. Not everyone is convinced, however.
Penis Bone? Penis bones are diverse in shape and size across many different mammals. The baculum of a walrus is two-feet long.
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Of all the misinterpretations in the giant game of Telephone known as the Bible, this may be my favorite theory. The book, which enjoyed a second life after it was reviewed in a recent issue of the Biblical Archeology Reviewexplained it this way :. As men and women do actually have the same amount of ribs and any other sideways sticking limbs, for that matterZevit believes this is how the ancient Israelites attempted to explain the uniquely boneless human penis.
The theory suggests that God made Eve from Adam's baculum - which explains why man has no penis bone, unlike most mammals. Ziony Zevit says the Hebrew word 'tsela', in the Old Testament, does not translate as 'rib', as has been the accepted meaning for millennia. Instead, he claims the word refers to limbs sticking out sideways from an upright human body - the hands or feet, and - for men - the penis. Distinguished professor Zevit, of the American Jewish University in Maryland, said: "Of these appendages, the only one lacking a bone is the penis.