No.. Since Eve was made from a rib of Adam, they were genetically the same person.. There any offspring must be genetic clones in fact.
They would have had to be. Technically everyone alive on earth is at farthest 50th cousins with each other.
They live in d south?
That Good Book and so many naughty stories in it...
And Adam ****** a rib.
If Eve was made from Adam's rib, he had sex with himself.
I'm not even sure I believe the whole adam/eve story, doesn't make sense since we have Asians, black people, white people and others.
Of course it doesn't make sense. genetics proves it's impossible.
Then why ask if you already have the answer? Here is one for you, Why does every depiction of Adam and Eve show them with belly buttons?
If you're talking about what is described in the Bible, the answer is yes. Considering the Bible as literature, which anyone can do whether they are a devout Christian, a Deist, a Hindu, an Atheist, or an Antitheist or take some other path, one can see that the Bible implies, outright portrays, and further addresses consanguineous sex.
Frequently, someone will ask “Where did Cain get his wife?” or “Did Adam and Eve’s children have sex with each other?” or some variation. Whether someone considers this speculation about fanciful myths or actual history is irrelevant to analyzing what the text itself says.
One common response says that there were other people aside from Adam and Eve, even claiming that Genesis 1:26-27 describes the creation of people other than Adam and Eve. That may work for someone who can find some other explanation for Genesis 3:20, which calls Eve the mother of all living, and other passages which indicate Adam and Eve were the parents of all humans.
Romans 5 says that sin and death came into the world through one man, Adam, and 1 Corinthians 15 says that in Adam all die. These passages imply that the Bible portrays every human as a descendant of Adam. There’s a mention of Eve in the Apocrypha that agrees with this, in the prayer of Tobit (Tobit 8:6): "Thou madest Adam, and gavest him Eve his wife for a helper and a stay; of them came the seed of men…"
That the Bible portrays Adam and Eve as the ancestors of all humans is the interpretation publicly affirmed by a diverse group of Bible enthusiasts, who often vehemently disagree with each other on other matters about what the Bible says. Some of those sources disagree very much on other aspects of Genesis, especially the first few chapters, but agree as to the Bible teaching that Adam and Eve are the ancestors of all humans (and please note that Genesis 5:4 says Adam, in addition to the named sons, had other sons and daughters), and so it appears that the Bible portrays the origin of human beings as the result of consanguineous (incestuous) sex. Adam and Eve’s children reproduced with each other, if not also Adam and Eve.
It is also of note that the Bible portrays Noah, his wife, their three sons, and the sons' wives were the only human beings left (at least in that part of the world) after The Flood. (Genesis 6:18, 7:7, 9:1,7,18-19). Whether or not the Bible allows for a “local” Flood and other human beings in other parts of the world, Genesis 6:19 portrays least the people in that part of the world as all descended from Noah’s family. That would mean that the area (or the entire world) was repopulated through pairing up people who were no more distant than first cousins, coming from a pool of no more than eight total ancestors (Noah, his wife, and the parents of each of Noah's three sons.)
In the Biblical narrative, it wasn’t until much later that the first prohibition was placed on ******, in Leviticus, along with many other prohibitions (prohibitions on mixing fabrics, for example) that may have been listed to distinguish Israel from the other nations/tribes surrounding it. The narrative describes tribes who have left Egypt, where ****** was common and accepted, and surrounded by other nations/tribes where ****** was common and accepted. These were laws for the ancient theocracy of Israel. Also of note is that the concept of rights for women and children was very different than it is now; same goes for protecting the elderly. There was no domestic violence shelter, no secular county or state department with social workers attempting to protect people against child abuse or elderly abuse. Children were literally the property of their parents to do with almost anything they wanted (note that the Torah says that parents must get permission from an authority to kill a disobedient child; presumably, there was no such requirement before.) As such, prohibitions on ****** could have often been about preventing sexual assault or molestation.
However, applying the Biblical prohibitions to consensual sex, very few people who consider the Bible as an authority in their lives actually live by Mosaic law, nor want Mosaic law as national or state/province law. Secular laws should not keep any consenting adults from having sex or getting married.
****** has always been a theme in literature and storytelling. See: Greek mythology. The fact is, ****** has always been a part of life, in all socioeconomic and geographic areas. Even though a majority of people don't get involved, enough people do get involved in consensual ****** that you know people who are involved.
Marrying a first cousin is legal and common in much of the world today, and for thousands of years most people married a first, second, or third cousin, once or twice removed or not.
From the perspective of science, DNA reveals inbreeding, and thus ******, in our past. In some cases, it might have helped to spread helpful characteristics.
I have often wondered this myself so much so I searched for an answer and here is what I found. Adam was made from the dust of the earth and Eve from his rib. Others were not made in the same way.
Dude. Sodomy means anything apart from "insert tab A into Slot A". Oral, anal, handjobs....****** has nothing to do with sodomy.
That's the **** part of the bible
I can think of a few more disgusting things