posted on Aug, 22 2015 @ 10:29 AM
a reply to: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
I am not a bible expert but reading into other topics it has tied into the bible and various writings in it. The short answer to your question is
probably no. Meaning I don't think anyone could go into the backyard and dig up some dirt and create a man.
Here is where there is a lot of opinion though. Now if you take the bible literally then the only answer would be that it's not possible except for
God. If however you don't see the bible as being literal but more coded/reference based/parable/etc. Then sure. But what is the meaning or what is
being referenced? Language translations, info being passed via person to person before getting written down,left out info, added info , etc makes it
Examples: some take the overall bible literally and in this case many questions and impossobilities come into play, this of course leads to the
conclusion of literalist the only explanation is God and it reaffirms their faith. Cool. Some other theories on the whole of it come down to that it
does include God but what it is, is an explanation in genetic history. Ie the bloodlines of Adam/Seth/Jesus stemming from God vs the bloodlines of
cain/the kenites stemming from Satan. How it started , the war raging to this day, people involved, and how geanology/lineage dictates it all. Some
may see it as just a history book that shows what happened as another civilization came about (basically one of many as the reset button has been hit
many times and the bible is the explanation of the most recent). This requires a lot of it is ignored as fluff and you look strictly at the history
aspect. Then there is it is all made up . I guess how you view this particular piece would depend on how you view the bible and what you believe.
Take the story of adam, eve, and the tree of knowledge. One view might say it is literal and then debates will rage on about it. One view may say it
really had nothing to do a tree or an Apple literally but was a reference to a sexual encounter between eve and satan then one between eve and Adam
that started two competeing bloodlines. One may say it is to be ignored as it is fluff and has nothing to do with purely historical perspective. One
may say it doesn't matter. It's all made up.
Of course these are all very basic but the point is what you believe about the op will be dependent upon how you view the bible, do you take it
literal or coded, etc. Or is it all made up and doesn't matter?