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However, talmudic discussions elsewhere cite a tannaitic tradition according to which women have four body parts in addition to the normative 248, which are midrashically derived (Fonrobert, 58; Preuss, 46).
I don't find it difficult to envisage the Gospel authors as treating the story of Jesus midrashically, as it were.
Not sure what anyone here knows midrashically about Lilith
Not sure what anyone here knows midrashically about Lilith, but I have to agree she was a pretty groovy chick.
"midrashically derived inferences from Old Testament commands of Adonai in the Torah," despite the clear reference points in the Jesus tradition, indicates an argument that is scraping the barrel and has lost its self-respect.