posted on Sep, 10 2011 @ 09:08 PM
reply to post by KingJames1337
I have never heard an atheist ever in the history of the world ever say they had an epiphany or vision of god through orgasm. There were atheists even
in Biblical times. The Bible as we know it today was not around then but it says there were those who did not believe in god, hence atheists.
The concept of the apple representing pre-marital sex is a modern invention. And if you read the Bible, you would know that Adam and Eve were married.
They weren't married by clergy because there was no clergy then. But they were married.
I think what you propose here is the Serpent Seed Doctrine, or it borders close to it. People fail to read it as it is written. Before the "apple",
Adam had sex with Eve. It was not until after they were removed from the Garden of Eden that she conceived. Then they had sex after that child was
born and she conceived again.
So if you would like to assume that the "apple" represents free and wanton sexual relationships, then being kicked out of the garden must be assumed
to be that time of marriage that is boring and rough.
I do not believe that orgasm is the highest thing to achieve in sex, I believe that love is the highest thing to achieve and the love motivates the
couple to staying together despite the times they do not have sex. Too many people place emphasis on orgasm that does not need love or intimacy.
People do it all the time.
The apple wasn't sex.