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Thus the vegetable kingdom is produced on the third day, and, having set the sun and moon in the firmament of heaven on the fourth, God on the fifth day creates the living things of the water and the fowls of the air which receive a special blessing, with the command to increase and multiply.On the sixth day Elohim creates, first, all the living creatures and beasts of the earth; then, in the words of the sacred narrative, he said: Let us make man to our image and likeness: and let him have dominion over the fishes of the sea, and the fowls of the air, and the beasts, and the whole earth, and every creeping creature that moveth upon the earth.Thus in the first narrative of the Creation (P) the word is used with reference to the production of mankind in both sexes, but in Genesis , which belongs to the same source, it is also taken as a proper name.

In this passage which contains the last reference of the so-called priestly document to Adam, we read that God created them male and female. And the writer continues: And Adam lived a hundred and thirty years, and begot a son to his own image and likeness, and called his name Seth.

78, 79), explains the root adam as signifying "to make", "to produce", connecting it with the Assyrian adamu , the meaning of which is probably "to build", "to construct", whence adam would signify "man" either in the passive sense, as made, produced, created, or in the active sense, as a producer.

In the Old Testament the word is used both as a common and a proper noun, and in the former acceptation it has different meanings.

the combination or juxtaposition of two or more independent documents more or less closely welded together by the historiographer, who among the Semites is essentially a compiler.

(See Guidi, L'historiographie chez les Sémites in the Revue biblique , October, 1906.) The reasons on which this view is based, as well as the arguments of those who oppose it, may be found in Dr.

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