Hey all! I was at church today and after the service I had a discussion with someone about Adam that he brought up. Now, I've never heard of this concept / position, and I don't at all go for it, but he heard someone say that when God made Adam he made him gender neutral (something along those lines) and it wasn't until God took a rib out of him and made a woman that he became man. Apparently they said this because "Adam", as in Strong's, says: "From H119: ruddy, that is, a human being...", doesn't mean "man" or "he" but "human being". Needless to say, I was flabbergasted. There doesn't seem to be a Hebrew word for "he" in regards to Adam. Genesis 2:19 says: Gen 2:19 And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them unto Adam to see what he would call them: and whatsoever Adam called every living creature, that was the name thereof. The word "he" in the English in regards to Adam isn't found in the Hebrew in that verse. Does anyone have a good solid answer for this nonsense? Shouldn't have to bring this up...sorry. But need something to pass it along to him.