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The Case For Lilith

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The Case For Lilith
The Case For Lilith Book Cover, written by Mark Biggs
The Case For Lilith Book Cover, written by Mark Biggs
Author(s) Mark Biggs
Publisher Samson Books
Publication date February 4, 2010
Media type Paperback
Length 212 Pages
ISBN 978-0557253708

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The Case For Lilith is a book written by Mark Biggs. It is an investigation into the role of Lilith in Jewish theological beliefs.


  • Title: The Case For Lilith
  • Author: Mark Biggs
  • Published By: Samson Books
  • Length: 212 Pages
  • Format: Paperback & eBook
  • ASIN: B0037Z6GOY
  • ISBN-10: 0557253705 (Paperback)
  • ISBN-13: 978-0557253708 (Paperback)
  • Publishing Date: February 4, 2010

Plot Summary

The legend of Lilith is undoubtedly the most fantastic of all ancient rabbinic myths. According to lore, God created her from dust alongside Adam. However, Lilith was a failed mate. She was not animated by the breath of God like Adam. Rather she was preemptively animated by a Satanic mist which erupted from the ground. Lilith rebelled against Adam and became the infamous Serpent who deceived Eve and caused Adam to fall.

Therefore, God established eternal enmity between the Serpent Lilith and Eve and between their seed. Lilith's seed would bruise the heel of Eve's promised seed, Messiah, but Eve's seed would revive to crush Lilith's head. This book reveals 23 Biblical evidences that prompted ancient rabbis to conclude the various elements of Lilith's legend. It also explains how her legend is completely consistent with traditional Judaic / Christian teachings on the Bible's redemptive message. Her legend solves many ancient Biblical mysteries, such as why the Serpent bears seed like Eve.

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