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Did Adam and Eve love each other? Does the Bible mention it anywhere?


"Bone of my bones" and "flesh of my flesh" and "they shall become one flesh" is this LOVE?

 

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    EphremHagos 2 years ago

    I agree. Adam and Eve shared an indivisible unity for which we have misplaced the prescription.


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    EphremHagos 2 years ago

    There is much more in "becoming one flesh", i.e., indivisible than in casual marriages ordained by today's churches. Something is missing. Does anybody know what?

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    EphremHagos 2 years ago

    There is no greater love than imitation of God's which was present both in Adam (created in God's image) and in Eve (being "a suitable companion" to help Adam).

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    EphremHagos 2 years ago

    The difference is between being directly in "the image of God", a.k.a., life-giving breath, viz.: the Holy Spirit rather than indirectly of each other. Such is the power of indivisible unity between spouses rejected by both Jews and Christians.

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    EphremHagos 2 years ago

    The basis for an indivisible marriage is the same today as it was in the beginning, viz.: God's "life-giving breath", a.k.a., the Holy Spirit, outsourced from the "tree of life" long updated by Jesus’ Spirit-active, perfect and diacritical death.

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