Adam & Eve Weren’t the First Humans, According to the Bible.

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1. Genesis in a nutshell.

It is important to realize that although the book of Genesis does read as history it also implements elements of allegory, metaphor, and symbolism. A reading of Genesis might suggest that Adam and Eve were historical people, that the Garden of Eden was a location, and that God really created the universe via physical forces, and that Cain, should we assume the trustworthiness of the tradition, really mercilessly murdered his brother Abel in the farm fields. But because of this meshing of history, symbolism, and myth there was always bound to be much debate and disagreement concerning the details. Many scholars, for instance, doubt that Adam & Eve were actual historical people, or that there ever really was an Eden. Most scholars don’t actually believe Moses penned the book of Genesis. Again, it is difficult to box scholars as the boundaries are never so clearly cut.

However, we can agree that the author of Genesis clearly used symbolism. We see within the Garden of Eden where Satan is represented as as a snake (Gen. 3:1-2) which probably symbolizes the seductive and narcissistic behavior of sin as well as Satan’s cunning prowess. The tree of knowledge of good and evil (Gen. 2:17) was probably not a literal tree as a tree cannot be good and evil. Eve being created from the rib of Adam (Gen. 2:22) is probably symbolic of woman being made for man and man being made for woman, and perhaps a message telling us that man and woman are complimentary in nature. In Genesis 2:7 we read of God forming man from the dust, obviously this is not intended to be literal. We are not told how God actually formed man or beast. Even the name Eve means “The source of life” or “Mother of All Living”, and Adam simply means “man”.

The point being that the early Genesis creation narrative is rife with symbolism. To this end it is not always so easy to determine what constitutes history and what doesn’t. This is why so much debate exists in the first place.

2. Where some probably get it wrong.

The Young Earth Creationist (those who view the Earth as roughly 6000 – 10 000 years old) argues that Adam and Eve’s descendants married their brothers and sisters since this was their only choice. No-one else existed for them to choose from. In other words incest was committed. The general response is that Adam and Eve, and their early descendants, were genetically pure as God made them that way. Therefore, any imperfections or harmful genetic mutations manifested only later. Is this possible? Could God have somehow made the first humans genetically pure even though they would go on to interbreed? Sure, I don’t suppose that it would be impossible for God, but here lies the problem: nowhere does the biblical record actually suggest, or imply that this is what actually occurred. Nowhere does it mention that Adam’s descendants intermarried. It is therefore an effort on the part of some Christians to fit the narrative into a young Earth reading. Later we find out that the Bible condemns incest in Leviticus 20:17. This Christian will go on to say that only later did God deem incest wrong.

When engaging in exegesis one needs to avoid reading what they already believe into the text. One needs to let the text speak for itself, and I think Young Earth Creationists are guilty of failing to do this.

3. Cain’s worry.

According to Genesis 4:1-15, Eve give birth to Cain and Abel. This, according to some Christians, implies that there were only four family members on Earth at that time. Now, after Cain had killed Abel there were only three people. But after Cain had slain his brother God appears to him and kicks him out of the Garden of Eden as punishment. Cain then moves to the land of Nod, which is East of Eden, but what Cain then says to God is quite revealing. He tells God that he was worried of being killed by other people who would find him (Genesis 4:15). Then God replies, “Therefore whoever kills Cain, vengeance will be taken on him sevenfold.” (Genesis 4:15) God and Cain both imply that there are other humans besides Adam and Eve. If there were no other people, God would not have had to give him a mark in the first place, and Cain would not have had anything to fear.

4. Cain’s wife.

In Genesis 4:16, Cain goes out from God’s presence and finds a wife, and impregnates her: “Cain made love to his wife, and she became pregnant and gave birth to Enoch. Cain was then building a city, and he named it after his son Enoch.”

Cain had to find his wife, an act that could only happen if there were people to choose from. Assuming that we can trust this tradition it is way more likely that Cain came upon a town or some settlement that already existed. We then read that Cain was himself “building a city,” which would probably be a small settlement of sorts. But then why would Cain build a settlement if it was only him, his wife, and son? The text itself implies that many people inhabited the area. Thus Cain’s narrative suggests that Adam and Eve were not the only humans alive at the time.

5. Be Fruitful.

In Genesis 1:28 God tells Adam and Eve to: “Be fruitful and multiply, and Replenish the earth.” The word replenish means “to fill”, and one cannot replenish something, in this case the Earth (which would indicate a local area according to an ancient), if it was not plenished (filled) to some degree before God’s command was issued. If Adam and Eve were the only two humans then this would make God’s instruction fruitless, instead God could have said, “Be fruitful and multiply, fill the whole (tebel – which indicates global, not local) earth.”

6. Paul on the first man.

Paul writes in Romans 5:12: “Therefore, even as through one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin, and so death passed on all men inasmuch as all sinned”

Here, one may argue, death refers to spiritual death and not to physical death. So Adam, perhaps being the first man to be made in the image of God, would be the first human to break God’s trust. There are a variety interpretations of what it means to be made in the image of God but I take it to be humankind’s separation from the animal kingdom. This may include the abilities of advanced communication and rationality which are likewise present in animals on a much more basic level. Many have argued that it is our commission to represent God’s kingdom on Earth, as well as have a relationship with the one true God. In other words, God endowed man with a spiritual dimension and a soul.

7. Paul’s literal view of Adam being the first man:

Paul writes: “But I do not allow a woman to teach or exercise authority over a man, but to remain quiet. For it was Adam who was first created, and then Eve.” (2 Timothy 2:11-14) And: “For indeed man was not created for the woman’s sake, but woman for the man’s sake.” (1 Corinthians 11:9)

Paul clearly implies that mankind came from a single pair of humans, Adam and Eve. Christian biblical scholar Peter Enns argues that Paul assumed that mankind came from Adam and Eve, and that Paul is expressing his own view, as he does throughout his letters. Enns explains that “Paul certainly assumed that Adam was a person and the progenitor of the human race, and I would expect nothing less from Paul being a 1st Century man. And again, God speaks in ways and uses categories that are available to human beings at that time. I don’t expect Paul to have had a conversation with Francis Collins (a leading geneticist, and biologist) about the Genome Project, and how common descent is essential. Technically I don’t expect him to understand that.” Enns goes on to say that “How Paul handles Adam does not determine modern scientific discoveries about the origin of humanity.”

However, Enns’ view is not the only one out there and many Christian scholars would strongly counter his view. Some Christians would argue that to claim that Paul assumed that Adam and Eve were literal historical people is to undermine the very basis upon which he argues and constructs his theological views.

8. Conclusion.

The Bible itself implies that God did create other people alongside and before Adam & Eve. By piecing it all together we find that:

1. Adam & Eve had their first child, Cain (Gen. 4:1).
2. Cain was exiled by God for murdering Abel (Gen 14:6).
3. While exiled Cain worries that he will be killed by strangers; strangers being people other than Adam & Eve).
3. Soon Cain finds a wife & builds a settlement. This implies people existed to inhabit the settlement.
4. Other people existed outside of the Garden at this time.
5. Adam & Eve were not the first humans God by created, or the only humans to exist at that time.

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240 responses to “Adam & Eve Weren’t the First Humans, According to the Bible.

  1. Yes its v complicated ..but i ever read adam was created 6000,years ago..but first human exits more than hundrad thousands of years ago.😂

    • Supposition that you need to prove it:

      There are probably more than one pair of Adam and Eve (black, yellow, white) who come to this Earth after the fall. However, all these pairs do not meet. So incest does happen. Yes, it is allowed as this human being at that time is more “pure” in blood than nowadays. (Well, even if you copy a CD, it gets worse after you copy it so many times). In the Bible, I vaguely remember that there is a story that a daughter got his dad drunk to have intercourse so that she can have a baby and so their descendants continue and may still live today (and of course with some defects).

  2. what if adam and eve represent homo sapiens. and cain intermixed with Neanderthal, outside the garden? .. just a hunch.

  3. Adam and Eve were kicked out of the garden of Eden long before Cain and Able were a glimmer in Adams eye. When they ate from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil they were removed and an angel was placed at the entrance to keep them out……If you get the first thing wrong then all that follows is also subject to be wrong.

  4. James, your a “theology” student ie you’re a work in progress and it shows. Cain was not kicked out of the Garden of Eden. He wasn’t conceived until after Adam and Eve were kicked out after their sin. Just because you can’t grasp a talking serpent or a tree of life, it doesn’t justify you turning a narrative into another literary nuance as you go, and hack into young-earth creationists (probably more learned than you) for something you do yourself. Not very humble of you. Both the tree and serpent are mentioned without qualification, so how else should you interpret it other than literal ?
    Interesting you never mentioned Genesis 5:4 which states Adams life span and having sons and daughters, which proves that you don’t need another race of people for Cain to be fearful of. There was no violation of God’s commandment to “be fruitful and multiply” and people were living for 900 years in the beginning anyway, therefore there would’ve been a plentiful population by the time Cain murdered Abel. Adam not being the first man ??!! Are you serious ? Genesis 2:5 states that …For The Lord God had not caused it to rain on the earth, AND THERE WAS NO MAN TO TILL THE GROUND”. Then Adam was created in verse 7. Genesis 2:20 says “So Adam gave names to all the cattle, to the birds of the air, and to every beast of the field. BUT FOR ADAM THERE WAS FOUND NO HELPER COMPARABLE TO HIM”. There you have it. Nothing a simple reading can’t refute.

  5. Howdy James, let’s get on the same page together first, okay, Jesus Christ is King of kings and Lord of lords, God incarnate and the only path into heaven is by the blood covenant He made with Abraham. As we confess our sins and accept the only gift of redemption offered for man, we do this believing by faith that it is only through the blood sacrifice of the Lamb of God (Jesus the Messiah) that our sins are redeemed through the blood covenant God made with Abraham. The Law was given to Moses (by Enoch, the son of Jared. Though some may disagree about the validity of 1st Enoch.). Jesus Christ is God incarnate, the Anointed One, the Lamb of God, and is the fulfillment of the Law. The Law was given to Moses, and Grace and Truth through Jesus Christ. Accepting John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”, is paramount to the Christian faith. Faith is the belief in things that are, and are not yet seen.

    You present a very loose association of Biblical truth, out of context and in a convoluted manner. Is this an attempt to manipulate your audience into believing a pseudo-scientific rationale that marginalizes the doctrines of Judaism and Christianity? James, aren’t you promoting a secular humanist narrative that hopes to rationalize the hows and whys of your existence? I was created by God to serve and worship God. My instruction book, the Bible, was given to me by God. Check it out.

    You need to study that belief for yourself. The angel Lucifer occupies the serpent, or manifests as the serpent, depending upon interpretation. You should know that the angels are beings of light and can manifest themselves as objects, persons, or thoughts. At the time of Genesis, Lucifer is an angel charged with watching over and protecting mankind. A war is also occurring in heaven. God is a multidimensional being and the only non-created being. God is and always will be. God is omniscient and God is in control. Everything you stated down to Cain is true. Cain murdered his brother. The Bible is multidimensional and incorporates layers upon layers of truth. The more you read it the more you learn about God. The greatest discoveries related to mathematics and physics are located in the Bible. The Bible is a book of prophecy. I pray that your eyes and ears and heart is opened James. Time is short.

    It is clear that Adam is both representative of man (as a species in the Garden of Eden), and that he is the first man as Darren points out in Gen 2:5, and 2:7. Additionally, Darren refers to Gen 2:20. I want to point out that in the first part of Gen 2:20 the man names the creatures, and in the second part of Gen 2:20 “But for Adam, no suitable helper was found. We see that Adam is referenced as both Adam, and as the man. If that wasn’t clear, in Gen 2:21, he (Adam) is referenced as “the man” when God puts him into a deep sleep, removes a rib, creates a woman, and brings her to him. In Gen 2:23, we see that the man names God’s creation woman. Indeed, woman is only named Eve (by Adam) in Gen 3:20 after the expulsion from the Garden of Eden. As Shirley points out in Gen 3:24 cherubim and a flaming sword were placed on the east of Eden to guard the way to the tree of life.

    James, it surprises me that you reduce creation to a myth, or a teaching of a fable based on symbols of humanism. You may think about the reality of my savior Jesus Christ in a similar manner. I think you may be a psychology major being exposed to Christianity in a theology course, possibly for the first time, from the viewpoint of secular humanist. However, I do wish you much success in school and I hope you investigate intelligent design. I ask that you have enough faith to ask Jesus Christ to prove himself to you. I am certain He will. He so loves you that even now, He knocks at your door. Will you answer the Master’s call?

    I agree with Darren that there could be a sufficient number of births to account for Cain’s wife during the time after the fall. However, there is an alternate Christian view that births occurred in the Garden of Eden before the fall of man. A tremendous number of births occurred. When Adam was thrown out of the Garden of Eden, all of the family of man were thrown out of the Garden of Eden. Let’s look at the man creation (Adam being the first man.) blessed by God in Gen 3:28 to go forth and increase in number somewhere during the sixth day of creation. By the seventh day of creation, we see that in Gen 2:2 God had finished all the work and rested. God likes to do many things and God has the right to do all things in any order God pleases. It pleased God to rest on the seventh day. It says in the Bible that a thousand years is like a day for the Lord. First Enoch records that God blessed a group of angels known as the Watchers to watch over the Garden of Eden. To me, it’s a shame that neither the Jewish canons nor Christian canons incorporate 1st Enoch, yet historically we know that the book was common knowledge in the time of Jesus.

    Additionally, the oldest known copies of first Enoch date to about 300 years before Christ, which is about the same time as all of the oldest Hebraic manuscripts that are canonized. Jesus refers in a parable to wicked servants being left to watch over their Master’s vineyard while their Master was away. (Additionally, some Christians believe that the first five books of the Bible were given to Moses by Enoch.) People have trouble believing in angels, others with believing that angels could sin, and others struggle just to believe in God. Spiritual blindness, hardened hearts, and deaf ears. James, we were made a little lower than the angels, yet God gave us dominion over them. Let’s follow some of your additional points.

    2) where some probably get it wrong

    The Garden of Eden was a real place and a giant golden cube will rest over it during the thousand year reign of Jesus Christ. That’s prophecy.

    Additionally, time and space are relative to the position of the observer. General relativity.

    (FYI: There is a physicist who mathematically demonstrated that, from God’s point of view, from the other side of the known universe, the entirety of the creation of the universe right up until today, can be viewed as taking place over the course of a little over 7 days. Check it out.)

    3) Cain’s worry

    You got some bad intel, dude, right from the get go. Cain was never in the Garden of Eden. Cain was the first born man recorded outside the Garden of Eden after the fall of man.

    4) Cain’s wife

    There may have been other people born in the Garden of Eden before the fall of man as I noted above.

    5) Be fruitful

    I’m guessing your professor is having you make this blog so he/she can make comments about the Christians posting. No worries. Take the time to open a Bible and actually read the text. Many great translations make for some great Bible study. So let’s talk Bible okay. Gen 1:28 God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply (or increase in number); fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and over every living creature that moves on the ground.” Show me a translation that says replenish the earth.

    6) and 7) about Paul on the first man

    Wow James, you skipped through a lot of the Bible. You’ve got a lot of bad intel that you believe is true. It takes faith to believe in anything. You expressed a view about a topic that was dictated to you by someone else, who you likely never met, and you believe it to be true. It appears to me you haven’t studied the topic? So if someone told you to jump off a bridge, assuming you wanted to jump off the bridge, wouldn’t you really check it out for yourself first? Okay, so Paul is a Pharisee documented in Hebraic literature. He’s not like some run of the mill type of Pharisee. Who are Pharisees you ask? Pharisees and Sadducees were two predominant sects of Judaism during Saul’s life. One of the biggest differences between them is Pharisees believed in angels and Sadducees didn’t. They were both super legalistic regarding their knowledge of Jewish history and the law of Moses. I’m not talking about people who would let you get away with flippantly mentioning something like a belief from the mouth of somebody else, like Peter Enns, as you do.

    No, Saul was a total antichristian, kind of like what you’re trying to spew. He was trained by Gamaliel. Who was Gamaliel? Gamaliel was like the total badass antichristian super Pharisee of the day. He was the super Pharisees Pharisee. Saul studied under him and went around killing Christians until, on a road near Damascus, Syria he was totally blinded by God and heard the Lord Jesus Christ tell him, Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me? Saul is blind for several days, but he is no longer on his way to kill more Christians in Damascus. Instead he has what you may here sometimes in popular culture as “the Damascus road experience”. Saul becomes Christian and is healed of his blindness by some of the apostles and goes on, for the rest of his life, to be dramatically used by Jesus Christ as an instrument to reach all of the Gentiles (non Jews). Paul was also a Roman citizen. Jesus tells him on the Damascus road that his name will now be Paul.

    You’re trying to paint a picture of Paul as a misogynist. Paul is the guy who tells you to love everyone, even your enemies, and not to repay insults with further insults. Paul is the apostle who lays down the ground rules, given to him by the Holy Spirit, in super detail. The same kind of detail you would expect from someone with all of the historical knowledge of Judaism like a Pharisee. He was a super Pharisee. Paul praises women for acts of charity and love. Paul tells us that men and women are equal and yet different.

    Paul instructs us that we, as Christians, are all part of one body, and each is made differently to perform a different task (a man is different than a woman) like the foot is different than the hand, and the eye different than the ear. Paul would tell you to walk in love.

    wow!! James, your blurb about you wouldn’t expect Paul to know about where people genetically arose out of the pond scum is whacky man. So tell me, where did we originate? There is a bottleneck in human evolution that goes back to some great disaster where there were only eight survivors. Fact check me dude. There were eight survivors in Noah’s ark, and that’s why all cultures have a flood story. Additionally, every human mitochondrial DNA goes back to a single female point of origin (the woman). Every geneticist on the planet, indeed, every first year biology student, knows this science fact. Mitochondria are the cellular organelle responsible for the production of ATP in every human cell. Mitochondria possess DNA that is passed down to you from your maternal ancestor.

    8) conclusion

    Like I said, if you really want to know about the truth of the Word of God (Jesus Christ), then, with an open mind, ask Jesus to prove himself to you. He will prove himself to you. Even now, Jesus knocks at the door of your heart. Will you heed the Master’s call? I’m praying for you James. Jesus loves you and so do I. You still have time, but remember tomorrow is never promised.

    With regards to your point that man could not have started as a super progenitor species, I do not accept that point. (James, remember the fact about the origin of your own mitochondrial DNA.)

    Would you have me believe that you arose from pond scum that became more orderly as a result of a single big bang? Wouldn’t you agree that systems tend to move from order to disorder over time, and not the reverse? That’s science fact. You discount the notion of intelligent design. My infinitely powerful God made a super creation with total knowledge of every outcome because He is God. God creates in the manner that God chooses. I did not create myself. Did you create yourself? No, you are a created being. Your mother and father came together and God helped them create you.

    That being said, some Christians may believe that other human beings were born in the Garden of Eden before the fall of man, but after Adam was created. I am willing to listen to the argument, and I will briefly make that case to the best of my knowledge. It basically has three main constructs: 1) God’s blessing to the man and the woman to be fruitful and multiply in the Garden of Eden, 2) the fall of man (the man species), and 3) a statement from God about a change in how pregnancies will be experienced for the woman going forward (after expulsion from the Garden of Eden).

    1) We see in Gen 1:28 God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it….”, but this is on the sixth day of creation, kind of in the middle. Then, we see the seventh day of creation. A day for the Lord is like a thousand years. There are several hundred years of copulation for the man, him (both man and woman in Gen 1:27), in the Garden of Eden before expulsion.
    And why wouldn’t the man and the woman sexually reproduce in the Garden of Eden? God blessed them to increase in number in Gen 1:28, and in Gen 2:25, we are told that the man and his wife were both naked, and they felt no shame. This occurs during the sixth day of creation. We see in Gen 3:7 that they didn’t know that they were naked (and ashamed) until their eyes were opened after they ate the forbidden fruit from the tree in the middle of the Garden of Eden. This rebellion against God, inspired by the serpent creation, occurred sometime during or after the seventh day. This leaves possibly 500 to 1000 years of man reproducing in the Garden of Eden. There are at least 500 to 1,000 years in the Garden of Eden from the middle of God’s 6th day until sometime during or after God’s seventh day of creation for man to reproduce. You do the math.

    2016 USA live birth data from the Centers for Disease Control

    The average gestation for a single birth = 38 weeks
    Twins = 36 weeks gestation, 1 in 30 births = twins
    Triplets= 32 weeks gestation, 1 in 100 births
    Quadruplets = 30 weeks, 1 in 1,000 births
    Quintuplets = 30 weeks, 1 in 10,000 births
    The ratio of men to women births is 1:1.

    Remember, the genetic information in the Garden of Eden was pure. It was provided directly from the source (God), and it remained pure while it remained in God’s Garden of Eden. The Garden of Eden was perfect. Everything from God is perfect and it always will be. Sin brought into the world the corruption of the super progenitor genetic traits yielding diseases and transgender births. Your mitochondrial DNA, as well as all human mitochondrial DNA, came from a single super progenitor woman.

    2) Adam is referred to as man, as you point out in your statement. Others would agree with you on this point that Adam is not just man, but he is the progenitor of the man species, which includes all mankind, including the woman. In Gen 3:23, when God banished “him” (Adam) out of the Garden of Eden, He also drove out in Gen 3:24 “the man” (species). Adam is the first in the lineage of the man species. Some words may be viewed as either singular, or plural, with the same spelling depending upon the sentence construction. I can speak to you about the lion as a species, just like I can speak to you about man (or “the man”) as a species. Additionally, you will note that only men are counted in any Bible census. Women and children are rarely mentioned. The chronology of the genealogy of the man is followed throughout the Bible. Again, in Gen 3:24, we see that God drove the man out of the Garden of Eden. It does not say that God drove Adam and Eve, or the man and the woman, out of the Garden of Eden. the Bible states that the man (species) was driven out of the Garden of Eden.

    3) The third construct is related to the pain of child bearing. Ask any of your female classmates, whom have given birth, if giving birth was pain free when no drugs were administered. Gen 4:1 states that (after the fall of man, and the expulsion of man from the Garden of Eden), Eve gave birth to Cain with the help of the Lord. Why did Eve need help from the Lord giving birth? Originally, God blessed them to increase in number in Gen 1:28, and in Gen 2:25. Giving birth was a blessing. Blessings aren’t painful. Blessings are gifts that cause no pain. However, curses are painful. Curses are the antithesis of blessings. Giving birth today for a woman still retains a portion of the original blessing, but now the curse of increased pain during birth is attached. In Gen 3:16, God curses the woman for the disobedient act of eating the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. After the fall of man, and before expulsion from the Garden of Eden, the Lord states in Gen 3:16 To the woman (referencing all women, just like the man references all men) He said, I will greatly increase your pains in child bearing; with pain you will give birth to children. We see that from the middle of the sixth day, God says be fruitful and multiply. And now, somewhere during (or after) the seventh day of creation, God pronounces many curses, including increased pain in child bearing. The construct of this third argument is that you can’t have increased pains in child bearing if you haven’t already born the man children.

    Regarding your inference that Cain is the firstborn man, the Biblical text does not state that Cain was the first child of Adam and Eve. Rather, it records that Cain is the first child of Adam and Eve after the expulsion from the Garden of Eden.

    Regarding your thought that the forbidden fruit can’t be both good and evil, you are grossly taking the text out of context. From Gen 1:9, we see that the forbidden tree in the middle of the garden was the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. The fruit of that tree upon consumption provides the knowledge of good and evil. I’m not sure if you’re intentionally trying to mislead people when you stated that something can’t be both good and evil. Knowledge can be taught to you in a binary format like up/down, left/right, on/off, good/evil, near/far, and sweet/sour, etc.

    There isn’t enough room in the world for God to detail to us the entirety of creation in any book, nor does any textbook relate to you the entirety of any subject. God does relate to you and all mankind that He loves you, and that He gave Himself through His personage as Jesus Christ as the perfect sacrifice for sin so that all humanity may be restored to Him by confessing your sin and believing on this blood covenant. Moses brought the Law, and Grace and Truth has been given to you by Jesus Christ. Pray for your salvation through God’s mercy today.

    Jesus loves you, you need to accept His love by faith. James, I’m praying for you and for your success.

  6. That will be something to take in consideration if we analyze the scriptures with our western way of thinking.
    Let’s try to reason this with a hebrew or eastern way of understanding scriptures, our way of thinking is abstract their ways are concrete
    Thanks

  7. Has anyone read God’s Plan for Man by Jennings Dake? He goes step by step regarding biblical references. I believe there was a pre-adamite race. He elaborates in fallen angels mating with humans. Think about it. Satan was kicked out of heaven for wanting to be like God. When kicked out, he took fallen angels. The Bible speaks of angels mating with humans. There is so much more to the Bible than what was taught in Sunday school! Jennings Dake even shows where dinosaurs are mentioned in the Bible. It goes deeper if one would study it. Some people speculate fallen angels could also mean alien life. I could go on, but too much to list. I just recommend getting the book I listed above, research and study.

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