If Ada & Eve were really the first people then why do they have belly buttons in all paintings?
Wouldn't an umbilical cord be unnecessary? Wouldn't that then mean a mother is present and then wouldn't she be the first person?
Because it would go against the deeply ingrained ideas of the artists, who often pride themselves on creating realistic human figures, to paint human figures minus belly buttons. The real question is: How many paint in-sies and how many paint outies?
Im glad its only a painting, We will all be without belly buttons in heaven, we get new bodies like Adam and Eve in the begining.
by David 3 years ago
Why do paintings of Adam and Eve show each person with a belly button?I find it interesting that many religious people (I am Christian myself) believe in Adam and Eve. Yet in many historical paintings they're often painted with a belly button, the sign of a natural birth.
by Eva 9 years ago
Did Adam and Eve have belly buttons? TToni9/PaulineAdam and Eve were created in God's image. They were not birthed like the rest of civilization. TToni9/Pauline
by Dave Mathews 6 years ago
If Adam and Eve did not disobey God's one and only rule, command, about the fruit of that one tree, the tree of "Knowledge of good and evil", the way I see it, we would all still be living in Eden. We could pretty much do what we wanted, go where we wanted, eat what we wanted. There would...
by ptosis 8 years ago
Did Adam and Eve have belly buttons?
by Dave Mathews 7 years ago
What If, the serpent had not been able to Con Eve into tasting the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, of Good and Evil? And, What if Eve had not talked Adam into doing the same thing? What would the outcome be and how would it effect life for mankind today?
by qwark 8 years ago
Why, for goodness sakes, if Adam and Eve were created in the likeness of their "makers,"who, also must have been naked, did they scramble for the bushes to find fig leaves to cover their genitals? What would be the reason for the shame they felt?This is all alledged of course.
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