I hope you can give me direction on the issue of Lillith from a biblical
perspective. A female student brought up this question: Who was Lillith?
I was ashamed that I could not tell her my position on the issue because,
quite frankly, I didn't know who Lillith was. I am a married Christian man
so I may not be as tuned in to what our youth are concerned with as I once
was. At 34 years, I don't feel quite ancient either. I don't want to turn
an unsaved girl loose on a quest for knowledge on a decidedly pagan
subject. Any help you can offer would be appreciated. BTW, our pastor
simply told her she had been reading too much feminist propaganda, an
answer that left her with doubts about him. Thanks for your help.
Well, it's easy not to know who Lillith was because she's not in the Bible. There is a "Lillith myth" which is no more than a story about Adam's first wife. Here's a link that will give you a full story:
The pastor's dismissive comment about reading too much feminist propaganda may have been easy for him, but certainly wasn't going to help HER any! Feminists have, indeed, adopted Lillith as a symbol of their philosophy, and when you read the stories you'll see why, but that doesn't tell a young unbelieving girl the truth: that Lillith belongs in the same category as Venus, Medusa and Aphrodite--make-believe for grownups!
Hope this helps. . .