Genesis 1 states that god made plants before adam.
Genesis 2 states the opposite.
Such a fundamental problem. Isn't that enough to make one suspend belief in amazing supernatural beings when the book considered to be evidence of such beings, is so inconsistent on trivial matters?
I think you're jumping the gun. We need to decide if the chicken or the egg came first before we move forward. Don't we?
by Cindy Vine 18 months ago
If Adam and Eve were the only two people on Earth, who did their children marry?
by Carolyn Dahl 5 years ago
Why did God make the world in 7 days?Why 7 days? Why not in 1 or 3? I'm interested in your responses, thank you.
by Rad Man 5 years ago
I just to the time to reread Genesis as it had been a while since reading all of it. Do you think it's a lesson in morality? Would you read it all to children?
by Helna 5 years ago
Why did Abraham banish Ishmael (Genesis 21:14)?Jacob's sons even though they are born through the maid servants of Leah and Rachel got the right to be called Jacob's sons and become the patriarchs. Then why did Ishmael refused to inherit the blessings promised to Abraham?
by Highland Terrier 4 years ago
Why did God design life in such a way that to survive you must kill another life form?
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Why God created nations and religions and why he made them to fight with each other? Does God enjoys wars?
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