Christians have reportedly “reacted with fury” after a Jewish academic published an article arguing that when the Torah speaks of Hava (Eve) being made from the “tsela” of Adam, it isn't speaking of "rib" or "side" – it's speaking of the penis bone.
And God Created Eve From The Penis Of Adam
Shmarya Rosenberg • FailedMessiah.com
Christians have reportedly “reacted with fury” after a Jewish academic published an article arguing that when the Torah speaks of Hava (Eve) being made from the “tsela” of Adam, it isn’t speaking of Adam’s “side” or “rib,” as the verse is often translated. Instead, Ziony Zevit of the American Jewish University argues the Torah is referring to the baculum, the penis bone found in many mammals but not in humans, the Daily Mail reported.
Zevit argues the Hebrew word tsela “refers to limbs sticking out sideways from an upright human body.” He notes tsela is used multiple times in the Torah and can mean any body part that protruding from the body, including feet, arms – and even the penis.
“Of these appendages, the only one lacking a bone is the penis,” Zevit wrote in his 2013 book What Really Happened in the Garden of Eden? Zevit believes the creation of Eve myth is meant to explain why human males lack this penis bone.
Many (likely almost all) scholars reject Zevit’s theory out of hand and point to everything from major linguist issues (like the fact cognates of tsela exist in almost every Semitic language and mean rib in all of them) to the fact that similar creation-from-rib stories also appear in other ancient religions, like the one in Sumer.
Along with humans, other boneless penis mammals reportedly include horses, rhinos, rabbits and spider monkeys.