Could the Bible confirm the origns of Mythology?
In Genesis chapter 6 we are told of the Sons of God marrying and procreating with the daughters of men.
Christiandom is split on what this means. Some say it refers to the descendants of Seth marrying the descendants of Cain.
And others state it tells of Angels leaving their stations in heaven and marrying mortal women and having children of superhuman size and abilities.
I tend to believe the later because God had not chosen a people to make covenant with prior to that time that we know of. And it is just before the flood that destroyed all flesh (except Noah and his family).
And the Bible says that God placed a mark on Cain so that no one would harm him.
His curse was to be a restless wanderer on the Earth. He also was told that no longer would the ground be good to him. He would produce vegetation by the sweat of his brow.
His curse was to struggle.
"...secular scholars have recognized the parallels between the Babylonian, Phoenician, and Hebrew accounts, although not all are willing to label the connections as anything more than shared mythology."
Adam and Eve had other children that populated the earth.Spiritually it can be determine and confirm.
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