Some say that this was Adam's first wife, but the news is that they're using sources too late to be respected. The Anchor Bible Dictionary notes these facts: "Lilith" comes from an Akkadian word lilitu, which was used of lesser deities in Mesopotamia. Proponents of the "Adam's wife" theory sometimes appeal to a use of the word in the Sumerian Gilgamesh epic, and in a first-century Syrian incantation for Arshlan-Tash, but neither of these is taken by scholars to refer to a personal being named Lilith. In the Talmud, a much later source than Gesnsis (!), Lilith is descrobed as a woman with long hair and wings, and as a demon in Mandeac bowl inscriptions. The idea of Lilith as Adam's wife is the product of medieval Jewish material.
The L in TULIP. I sort of agree with this petal, though maybe not in the way typical TULIPers would.
Within Limits -- a somewhat positive finding for the doctrine of limited atonement