Shin – Genesis 2

I have to wonder if this is where the word Amen comes from. It is related to showing belief, confirmation, or support. I am also wondering if it is the same word used in Testimony of Saint John: "In the name of Father Ahman"

I’ve added the words with “shin” from Genesis 2:

Seventh and rested have the same root word:

Rest is pronounced “Shabat” or “Sabath”.  Seventh is pronounced “Shabee’ee”.  These three words are have the same two letters.  They all appear in Genesis 2.

Nephesh appears again.  This time translated as “a being”

Woman, man, and wife all appear in Genesis 2:

I have to wonder if this is where the word Amen comes from.  It is related to showing belief, confirmation, or support. I am also wondering if it is the same word used in Testimony of Saint John:  “In the name of Father Ahman”

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