The mis-interpretation of Adam and Eve


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Many people believe that Adam and Eve is the story of the creation of mankind. Probably not, Adam and Eve is most likely the explanation of why the original Hebrew is the race hand picked by God.

It is common knowledge and stated in the Torah that Jewish people believe Israel belongs to God. The Torah states that Jews are not to sell land in Israel to non-Jews.

The theory is proven when Cain kills Able. Cain is banished from God’s land and sent into the land of Nod. He procreates with the people of Nod and begets a ton of half breed babies.

So in essence, it is saying that the original Jews are pure and good and the rest of the world is filled with half breed sinful savages.

When Eve eats the “Apple” Adam and Eve are banished from paradise aka Israel and sent out into today’s Middle East.

Where people already existed.

4 Replies to “The mis-interpretation of Adam and Eve”

  1. Jackie says:

    I think your wrong too! The Adam and Eve story is not about the creation of human kind but about staying away from temptation.

  2. akatito says:

    Ok, I can agree with you that that is one of the morals of the story.

  3. Brandon says:

    I think I understand what you’re saying here, but still alittle unsure. How does the story of Adam and Eve explain why God hand picked the Jews to be His people?

    Also, it is commonly debated that God may have created other people outside the Garden of Eden, but there is no mention of it in the Bible.

    However, the Bible does later mention that Adam had other sons and daughters who were either not mentioned yet at that point in the Bible or were yet to be born.

    Given that, it makes sense to conclude that when Cain said “and it will happen that anyone who finds me will kill me” (Gen 4:14) he was referring to his many siblings.

    Good post.

  4. Nunya says:

    Very good post.

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