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Red Heifer or Heifer of Soil
How could we know if פרה אדמה in Num 19:2 refers either to a red cow (parah edumah) vs a cow of the soil (parah adamah)? I would like someone to analyse the issue morphologically, ...
Dec 25 '12 at 18:43
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