The Significance of Adam on the Hebrew Language

The early Genesis Chapters, as we have them in written form today from the Tanakh, were originally derived by Moses and his scribes from ancient song-line prose originating from Adam and Eve at their departure from the Garden of Eden.  

It is therefore very appropriate that Adam and Eve be credited with the bearing of the Hebrew language in its original oral modality and also for the infrastructure necessary to carry this new language of God down thousands of years to Moses and his scribes who brought forth the language’s written modality.  It is not widely recognized that Adam was key in bringing articulate language to a world populated by Hominin man who was, and had been for thousands of years, stuck in Stone Age primitivism.

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