I can tell you’re grasping at straws, having floundered miserably for the whole of the argument until now. Isaiah 34:14 references Lilith, confirming she was a figure in ancient Jewish religious tradition even if the story is not found in the Torah itself.

I suppose this is the best you can do, right? I raked you over hot coals on every other topic of discussion and now you’ve found the only thing so far resembling a foothold.

Will you now focus completely on this, ignoring my questions about why Yahweh would save your life, but not the lives of holocaust victims? Or the verses condoning slavery and the abduction of virginal girls from conquered lands, etc.

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