Lilith is a myth, unless it can be proven otherwise. Adam and Eve are a myth as well, unless they can be proven otherwise. Your arguement could be considered mute, using Lilith as a point of fact, when Adam and Eve can not.DrewJMore said:The first 10 amendments to the US constitution are the Bill of Rights. These refer to rights of the people upon which the gov't cannot infringe.
However, I have just confirmed that Article VI (that is: 6) Clause 3 states, "... all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States. " I must admit that this sounds like an argument for separation. I stand corrected.
Adam was made of clay, and so was his first wife Lillith. Eve, his second wife, was made from his rib. We could get hopelessly caught up in the so-called facts and details of Adam's so-called life.
Fortunately, my original point was (and is) that the Levite priesthood leveraged their position as the interpreters of the will of Y-w-h to direct the campaign of terror unleashed on the middle-east by the Israelites post-exodus. Draw your own conclusions as to the actual source of such 'divine' will.
I do not understand where you think the US government is looking for a test of religion, for qualification for any office?
Please expound on this thought.