Had The Earth Been Destroyed Before Adam And Eve? (2023)

Had The Earth Been Destroyed Before Adam And Eve? (1)

Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth. Many of us know the passage in the bible, however there are two creation verses in the bible. In the first creation passage, in the King James Bible, God creates man and woman. In Genesis 1:28 God tells man and woman to be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth.

The interesting thing about this passage is that God tells man and woman to replenish the earth. The definition of the word replenish is " To Make Full Again" Why did man and woman have to replenish the earth? Had humans been living on the earth before, then been destroyed? Was that the reason God told man and woman to replenish the earth?

Then in Genesis 2:7 God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life: and man became a living soul. It was after that God created the Garden of Eden, and placed man into the Garden of Eden.

But Adam was alone. In Genesis 2:22 And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, he made a woman, and brought her unto the man.

Since the King James Bible I am using for this hub is very old,It was originally published in 1610. And the word Eve is not used until Genesis 3:20.

When it comes to the flood of Noah, God promised Noah that after the flood, in Genesis 4:11 That neither shall all flesh be cut off anymore by the waters of a flood: neither shall there be a flood to destroy all earth.

Does that mean the earth was destroyed before?

If you look at the Book of Jeremiah, who was a prophet, who could not only see the future, but also the past. In Jeremiah God spoke to him, to warn him of what could happen if people did not stop being evil. This is what Jeremiah saw. Jeremiah 4:23-26 And I beheld the earth, it was without form or void, and the heavens, they had no light. I beheld the mountains and lo, they trembled and all the mountains moved. The fruitful place was dark, and the cities were broken down by God's anger, and there was no man. Who had built and lived in the cities? The Lord had made earth, but the Lord said " I shall not make a full end"

The earth was without form or void, and yet there were cities that were destroyed. Man was not there. God was angry. What had happened? When we look at the flood, God promised not to destroy the earth again! So, once again did God destroy the earth before Adam and Eve?

When we go back to Genesis 2:5 God created Adam. Once again, in the bible, this was the second time, we have been told that man had been created. However this time Satan had been thrown out of Heaven. We know this because Satan tempted Eve to eat from the Tree of Knowledge.

So, we also know that Satan was thrown out of Heaven before Adam and Eve were created. My question is, did Satan force God to destroy the earth the first time? Is that the reason man and woman were told to " Replenish the earth" Satan's jealousy was the reason he was thrown out of Heaven. He was created beautiful, and may seem beautiful, when he is tempting people, but inside is pure evil, and very ugly. Full of anger. Could Satan's fall from Heaven truly have been the reason, the world was destroyed before Adam and Eve, before the first creation passage in the bible? The reason man and woman were asked to "replenish the earth" Will we ever find the answer to that question?

Satan is pure evil. His evil is horrible. He blinds people, and forces them to value money over life. The evil on this earth is getting stronger, more are following Satan.

Satan has been on the earth for a very long time. In Job 1:6-8 God asked Satan "Where do you come from"? Well, Satan replied " I have been walking upon the earth"

So, we know Satan is on the earth now. Blinding us and creating evil. There is so much evil in the world to day, but it will not last forever. Because in Revelation the battle between God and his armies will defeat Satan and his followers . Satan will lose and will be gone. There will be a new Heaven and a new Earth. Our tears will be wiped away, and evil will be gone forever.

Oscar Jones from Monroeville, Alabama on August 01, 2018:

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in honor of the writer of this article, very interesting question! There is a scripture that says 'worlds without end". I don't know how to transpose that or connect it to this question.

I recently read for the second time, the "Forgotten books of Eden" in which the second book is very short, just maybe a few pages, but the first book of Eden is extensive, it is authenticated by many writings in our Bible, and has historical value. It was one of the manuscripts from which our bible culminated. Who chose to leave this post- garden of Eden manuscript out of our bible? It tells the names of other family members, and exposes many lies told today about the beginning. It does not discredit our bible but rather authenticates it and provides the missing information. Why do so many Christians never even discover or read this manuscript? It is much like a love story of a caring God trying to redeem and help fallen man. It gives details and names,and places and divine intention of early bible history right up to the Flood. I believe we are cheated of one of the divine stories. I believe even if it isn't one of the biblical cannons, then it at least belongs as a book of history alongside the bible. It was also protected by the Essenes. It was also kept with the Isaiah books. God said, "my people are destroyed by the lack of knowledge". - I'm not saying you could find proof of earlier civilizations within its pages, but you could certainly find more about Adam and Eves life on earth, for that is what its about. regards. moj ( michelle, haven't seen you on here,, are you ok?)

Elijah A Alexander Jr from Washington DC on May 27, 2018:


The answer is in the Bible, our problem is we are not "born again" - as tadpoles are reborn into a frogs - so that spirit is able to communicate with us directly.

What s written is metaphors, allegories, parables and symbol-types (MAPS) revealing a cycle to earth. If you were to read hebrew, you would find that the word translated into English's "in the beginning" should actually read "in beginning" as if saying I am beginning a revelation of life that will end at this very spot when comprehended.

I don't have very much time left in the library so if you will go to my profile and read "A Tithe, A, Tenth, Ten virgins" you will find a short version of the cycle and most of my other bible related writings reflects it. I hope it provide you with food for thought if not an answer.


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Salih Al Amr on March 14, 2017:

The reason I came to this page is I was studying the original Hebrew for Genesis. And my translation reads, "In the firstfruits, God cut down the heavens and earth; therefore the earth became a desolation and a ruin and the darkness was upon the face of the deep and the breath of God brooded upon the face of the water." I was wondering why no one is doing this literal translation, which makes it seem like something happened BEFORE God then re-created the heavens and earth.

Tom Underwood on November 17, 2016:

There are many mistakes reading the Bible due to language shifts over the centuries. To understand the word Replenish one must understand the language in which it was first written; Hebrew. In the Hebrew-Greek Lexicon you will read the following;

Male' (maw-lay'); Origin; Hebrew, Verb, Strong #: 4390

1.to fill, be full

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1.to be full 1a

b.fulness, abundance (participle) 1a

c.to be full, be accomplished, be ended

1.to consecrate, fill the hand


1.to be filled, be armed, be satisfied

2.to be accomplished, be ended


1.to fill

2.to satisfy

3.to fulfil, accomplish, complete

4.to confirm

f.(Pual) to be filled

g.(Hithpael) to mass themselves

The Hebrew writings originated roughly 3000 years before the first Bible was published; also the KJV was first published in 1611 under King James of England by 48 Religion scholars, some of which were Hebrew (Jewish).

Angel Shives on February 16, 2015:

Do we keep coming back until we get it right?

graceinus from those of the Ekklesia on February 19, 2014:

Caroline Hazlitt Carter- I have a King James Version of the Bible and in fact it does use the word "replenish " in Genisus 1:28. Not only that but it also repeats almost the whole verse word for word again in Genisus 9:1 (KJV) 1 And God blessed Noah and his sons, and said unto them. Be fruitful, and multiply, and REPLENISH the earth.

Gee that's the second time God said that.

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Caroline Hazlitt Carter on February 19, 2014:

First of all I have the same Bible, King James version, and it does not say anywhere to replenish the earth in scriptures 1:28; it exactly says " Then God blessed them, and God said to them, "Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth." You know the biggest question I've always wondered was, what if Eve was never tempted or Adam, would we all be here today, not knowing anything of evil? I don't mean to come across as a person that says or acts like you know nothing and I know everything, because of course that would be a lie. But, if we have the same book, Bible, then how come yours says something different than mine?

Demas W Jasper from Today's America and The World Beyond on January 30, 2014:

The more we spend time thinking about holy scriptures, the less time we have to violate them, and the greater the chances that eventually we may come to understand them. Keep on publishing about them, and I hope your nursing revival came to pass. Let me know.

Michele Travis (author) from U.S.A. Ohio on September 23, 2013:

Thanks teaches, I have been wondering a lot about that also. There is so much I don't know, but I keep on trying.

God bless you!

Dianna Mendez on September 22, 2013:

Your theory is interesting and has me thinking. I have read Biblical scholars discuss the possibility earth has been destroyed prior to the Garden of Eden. Great post.

Michele Travis (author) from U.S.A. Ohio on September 19, 2013:

radhikasree Thank you so much for your comment. There is so much to learn, I will never learn all that I need to know.

Radhika Sreekanth from Mumbai,India on September 19, 2013:

I've learned that God created Adam and Eve as soon as earth was created. Nice to read about the theories ,though I don't know, of Bible.

Voted up.

Michele Travis (author) from U.S.A. Ohio on September 17, 2013:

Thank you North Wind. what you wrote is true, God's story has no beginning. God himself has been forever. Hope that makes sense.

North Wind from The World (for now) on September 17, 2013:

Hi Michele, this is very interesting and I have never really thought of it in that way before. I suppose that this idea that earth was replenished because it was populated before would support many evolutionists ideas that the earth is older than creationists claim. I, however, do believe that man and earth as we know it was created when the Bible says they were and that the earth as it existed is as old as the Bible says. What there was before does not really matter to me because the beginning of our story is in Genesis. God's story really has no beginning.

Michele Travis (author) from U.S.A. Ohio on September 17, 2013:

Thank you for reading this hub MsDora, I appreciate your comment very much.

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on September 17, 2013:

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Michele, I haven't looked at the video as yet. However, I know that the more you read, the more theories you come across. This one is interesting!

Michele Travis (author) from U.S.A. Ohio on September 17, 2013:

Thank you for rewriting your comment. It is very important.

God bless you.

graceinus from those of the Ekklesia on September 17, 2013:

Michele Tavis- I don't know how I manage to delete my first comment so I attempt to rewrite it word for word.

One part that is important to note that was not mentioned in your Hub that you did mention Genesis 1: 28 (KJV) which states:

28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitfil, and multiply and REPLENISH the earth........

The exact same wording was used again when God spoke to Noah in Genesis 9:1 (KJV) which states:

1 And God blessed Noah , and his sons, and said unto them, Be fruitfil, and multiply, and REPLENISH the earth.

The word REPLENISH was used two separate times for the same reason.

Therefore you may very well have a valid point.

Blessingsand Great HUB.

Michele Travis (author) from U.S.A. Ohio on September 17, 2013:

Thank you graceinus, that is a very good comment and I appreciate it very much.

God bless you

Michele Travis (author) from U.S.A. Ohio on September 16, 2013:

Hi Lifegate, thank you for your comment. I will check that out.

William Kovacic from Pleasant Gap, PA on September 16, 2013:

Hi Michele,

You have some good thoughts although I must say I don't see it that way. If you're interested you can check my hub https://lifegate.hubpages.com/hub/The-Gap-Theory. Also GodTalk makes a comment on the hub giving us some information on the original Hebrew meaning of the word "replenish". Hope you're able to find some time to check it out.

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What was life like for Adam and Eve before the fall? ›

Before the Fall, Adam and Eve had lived in unbroken communion with God. They were innocent and trusted Him (Genesis 2:25). Genesis 3 describes the Fall and its repercussions. Adam and Eve immediately became afraid of God (3:10), which shows the breaking of the relationship between people and God.

What does the Bible say about the earth being destroyed by fire? ›

[10] But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.

What does the Bible say about God destroying the earth? ›

[13] And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

Where in the Bible does it talk about dinosaurs? ›

There are later descriptions of creatures in the Bible that could be referring to dinosaurs. One example is the behemoth of Job 40:15-19. Even in fairly modern history there are reports of creatures which seem to fit the description of dinosaurs.

Was the Garden of Eden on earth or in heaven? ›

In the poem, the Garden of Eden is both human and divine: while it is located on earth at the top of Mt. Purgatory, it also serves as the gateway to the heavens.

Did Adam and Eve speak a language? ›

The Adamic language, according to Jewish tradition (as recorded in the midrashim) and some Christians, is the language spoken by Adam (and possibly Eve) in the Garden of Eden.

Where in the Bible does it say God will not destroy the earth again? ›

I establish my covenant with you: Never again will all life be cut off by the waters of a flood; never again will there be a flood to destroy the earth."

Where in the Bible does it say the earth will wear out? ›

Isaiah 51:6 Lift up your eyes to the heavens, and look upon the Earth beneath. For the heavens will vanish away like smoke, and the Earth will wax old like a garment, and they that dwell therein shall die in like manner.

What does the Bible say about all the natural disasters? ›

There are several references to great destruction on the earth. Peter says that the heavens will pass away with a roar and the elements (stoicheia) of the earth will burn up (2 Pet 3:10, 12). Jesus himself refers to earthquakes, famine, and pestilence (Luke 21:11; par. Matt 24:7; Mark 13:8).

Who created the God? ›

We ask, "If all things have a creator, then who created God?" Actually, only created things have a creator, so it's improper to lump God with his creation. God has revealed himself to us in the Bible as having always existed.

Is God in control of the earth? ›

The Bible teaches that God's sovereignty is an essential aspect of who he is, that he has supreme authority and absolute power over all things. And yes he is very much active, despite our perplexity. Scripture says, God works “all things according to the counsel of his will” (Ephesians 1:11).

What does the Bible say about protecting earth? ›

The Hebrew words translated “work” and “take care of” in Genesis 2:15 may also be translated “serve” and “preserve.” “The earth is the Lord′s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for he founded it upon the seas and established it upon the waters.”

Did humans and dinosaurs live at the same time? ›

No! After the dinosaurs died out, nearly 65 million years passed before people appeared on Earth. However, small mammals (including shrew-sized primates) were alive at the time of the dinosaurs.

Will we see God the Father in heaven? ›

God the Father is spirit. That means he does not have a physical body. He is invisible. He is present everywhere.

What does the Bible say about tattoos? ›

Today they're common everywhere from Maori communities in New Zealand to office parks in Ohio. But in the ancient Middle East, the writers of the Hebrew Bible forbade tattooing. Per Leviticus 19:28, “You shall not make gashes in your flesh for the dead, or incise any marks on yourselves.”

Do Garden of Eden still exist? ›

If the Garden of Eden still exists, no one knows where. The Bible says a river ran from Eden and separated into four rivers: Pishon, Gihon, Tigris, and Euphrates.

Where is the tree of life now? ›

The Tree of Life (Shajarat-al-Hayat) in Bahrain is a 9.75 meters (32 feet) high Prosopis cineraria tree that is over 400 years old. It is on a hill in a barren area of the Arabian Desert, 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) from Jebel Dukhan, the highest point in Bahrain, and 40 kilometers from Manama.

Where is heaven according to the Bible? ›

Heaven is a place of peace, love, community, and worship, where God is surrounded by a heavenly court and other heavenly beings. Biblical authors imagined the earth as a flat place with Sheol below (the realm of the dead) and a dome over the earth that separates it from the heavens or sky above.

What language does God speak? ›

Abrahamic traditions

Some Christians see the languages written on the INRI cross (Syriac, Greek and Latin) as God's languages.

How tall was Jesus? ›

He may have stood about 5-ft.-5-in. (166 cm) tall, the average man's height at the time.

What language did Jesus speak? ›

Most religious scholars and historians agree with Pope Francis that the historical Jesus principally spoke a Galilean dialect of Aramaic. Through trade, invasions and conquest, the Aramaic language had spread far afield by the 7th century B.C., and would become the lingua franca in much of the Middle East.

What does the Bible mean by ends of the earth? ›

Ending Poverty Together

Or perhaps you felt terribly distant–spiritually or emotionally–from God and others.

What is the biblical quote in the fire next time? ›

One possibility is grim, as the book's title suggests. It is taken from a prophecy recreated from the Bible in a song of a slave: "God gave Noah the rainbow sign, No more water, the fire next time!"

What will be done on earth as it is in heaven? ›

Jesus said in Matthew 6:9-13 (ESV):“ 9 Pray then like this: “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. 10 Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. 11 Give us this day our daily bread, 12 and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.

What does the Bible say about who owns the earth? ›

As Founder and Creator of the heavens and the earth and all that is in them, God holds the rights to all of it. That includes even us – our bodies, our minds, and our lives. Even when we had become slaves to sin, he redeemed us, paying with his Son's life. We are doubly owned.

Does God send us to earth? ›

Our Father in Heaven has a plan for us, and sending us to earth as members of a family is part of that plan. Adam and Eve were the first family on earth; our Heavenly Father brought them together in marriage and commanded them to have children (see Genesis 1:28).

Are Natural Disasters God's punishment? ›

It is true that many religious traditions, including Judaism and Christianity, have seen natural disasters as divine punishment.

What is God's role in natural disasters? ›

In this general sense, disasters can be said to be part of God's judgment. Humans want to run the world their way, and God allows them. Disasters are a reminder that this world is not the way God wanted. Adam and Eve's sin brought judgement that resulted in disease and death, and changed the world.

Who is the 1st person in the world? ›

ADAM1 was the first man. There are two stories of his creation. The first tells that God created man in his image, male and female together (Genesis 1: 27), and Adam is not named in this version.

Who is the 1st God in the world? ›

Brahma the creator

In the beginning, Brahma sprang from the cosmic golden egg and he then created good and evil and light and dark from his own person. He also created the four types: gods, demons, ancestors and men, the first of whom was Manu. Brahma then made all the other living creatures upon the earth.

Why did God create us? ›

He created people out of love for the purpose of sharing love. People were created to love God and each other. Additionally, when God created people, he gave them good work to do so that they might experience God's goodness and reflect his image in the way they care for the world and for each other.

How many God do we have on earth? ›

There is one God in three Persons: God the Father, God the Son (Jesus) and God the Holy Spirit. All three are separate, distinct and possessing specific roles while at the same time one God.

Where in the Bible does it say the Earth belongs to God? ›

Psalms 24:1 New Century Version (NCV)

The earth belongs to the LORD, and everything in it— the world and all its people.

Do we belong to God? ›

Not only does everything belong to God, but we do, too (Psalm 24:1-2). We can be confident that the best is yet to come because we belong to Jesus (2 Corinthians 1:22). We're always provided for when we listen to Jesus and do what He says (Psalm 24:3-6).

How do you protect earth I will not? ›

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  1. Reduce, reuse, and recycle. Cut down on what you throw away. ...
  2. Volunteer. Volunteer for cleanups in your community. ...
  3. Educate. ...
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  8. Plant a tree.
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What does the Bible say about our life on earth? ›

Romans 14:8

For if we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord. So then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord's.” The Good News: Devoting yourself to God in life is the way to live an honest and happy life. All the choices you make in your life should be made for His honor.

Does the Bible talk about the new Earth? ›

The New Earth is an expression used in the Book of Isaiah (65:17 & 66:22), 2 Peter (3:13), and the Book of Revelation (21:1) in the Bible to describe the final state of redeemed humanity.

When was the first human born? ›

Overview. Homo sapiens, the first modern humans, evolved from their early hominid predecessors between 200,000 and 300,000 years ago. They developed a capacity for language about 50,000 years ago.

How did humans get on Earth? ›

The first human ancestors appeared between five million and seven million years ago, probably when some apelike creatures in Africa began to walk habitually on two legs. They were flaking crude stone tools by 2.5 million years ago. Then some of them spread from Africa into Asia and Europe after two million years ago.

Where was the first human on Earth? ›

Humans first evolved in Africa, and much of human evolution occurred on that continent. The fossils of early humans who lived between 6 and 2 million years ago come entirely from Africa. Most scientists currently recognize some 15 to 20 different species of early humans.

Do we see each other in heaven? ›

The reunion of believing loved ones

When Paul writes to believers who grieve the loss of a loved one, he offers them this comfort: “We who are still alive will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air” (1 Thessalonians 4:17, emphasis mine).

Will we see our pets in heaven? ›

The pets that we had to say goodbye to are alive in heaven right now in their spiritual bodies and we will see them again if we accept Jesus as our Savior. Your Pet Is Not Gone Forever.

Can we see God's face? ›

What Seeing God's Face Does to Us. This is what God is communicating here in Exodus. No one can see His face and continue to be revived and strengthened by natural means. No one can look directly at the Creator of Genesis 1 and simply call it a nice experience.

Does the Bible say anything about dinosaurs? ›

There are later descriptions of creatures in the Bible that could be referring to dinosaurs. One example is the behemoth of Job 40:15-19. Even in fairly modern history there are reports of creatures which seem to fit the description of dinosaurs.

What does the Bible say about cremation? ›

In 2 Kings 23:16-20, Josiah took the bones out of the tomb, burned them on the altar, and “defiled it.” However, nowhere in the Old Testament does the Bible command the deceased cannot be burned, nor are there any judgments attached to those that have been cremated.

Is it a sin to drink alcohol? ›

Drinking Alcohol is Not a Sin

Contrary to what many Christians have grown up hearing, it is not a sin to drink alcohol. Scripture nowhere condemns or prohibits consuming moderate levels of alcohol. Case in point—Jesus drank wine.

How did the Fall affect Adam and Eve? ›

As God had promised, they became mortal. They and their children would experience sickness, pain, and physical death. Because of their transgression, Adam and Eve also suffered spiritual death. This meant they and their children could not walk and talk face to face with God.

Why was the Fall of Adam and Eve necessary? ›

But truth revealed to latter-day prophets teaches that the Fall was not a tragedy—without it Adam and Eve would have had no posterity. Thus, the Fall was a necessary step in Heavenly Father's plan to bring about the eternal happiness of His children.

What was the age of Adam and Eve when they died? ›

Genesis 5 lists Adam's descendants from Seth to Noah with their ages at the birth of their first sons and their ages at death. Adam's age at death is given as 930 years. According to the Book of Jubilees, Cain married his sister Awan, a daughter of Adam and Eve.

What is the history of Adam and Eve? ›

According to the Bible (Genesis 2:7), this is how humanity began: "The Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul." God then called the man Adam, and later created Eve from Adam's rib.

Who was responsible for the Fall of Adam and Eve? ›

The doctrine of the Fall comes from a biblical interpretation of Genesis, chapters 1–3. At first, Adam and Eve lived with God in the Garden of Eden, but the serpent tempted them into eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, which God had forbidden.

Where did Adam and Eve fall on earth? ›

Adam and Eve were created by God and lived in the Garden of Eden. They were commanded not to eat of the Tree of Immortality, but they did, despite the fact that they were already immortal. God cast them out of the Garden of Eden to the earth. Eve landed in Jeddah, and Adam in Sri Lanka.

Was the image of God lost in the Fall? ›

According to Irenaeus, at the fall (Gen 3) man lost his likeness to God and yet he retained the image of God.

Why does God allow us to fail? ›

God loves us, but because of our sinful nature, He allows these things to happen. He knows that by allowing us to experience failure, pain, and struggle, we will grow stronger in our faith and to become closer to Him and moving away from sin.

What religion was Adam and Eve? ›

Adam and Eve, in the Judeo-Christian and Islamic traditions, the original human couple, parents of the human race. In the Bible there are two accounts of their creation.

How many years between Adam and Jesus? ›

So 69 weeks amount to 483 years; for, from the said year of Darius, unto the 42nd year of Augustus, in which year our Saviour Christ was born, are just and complete so many years, whereupon we reckon, that from Adam unto Christ, are 3974 years, six months, and ten days; and from the birth of Christ, unto this present ...

Did Adam and Eve exist? ›

It is Collins' view that the relevant texts of the Old and New Testament, as well as ancient non-canonical Jewish writings, strongly suggest Adam and Eve were actual persons.

Who ate the apple Adam or Eve? ›

In Adam's defense, he fell for the most beautiful woman on earth, despite God's warning. Eve picked the forbidden fruit and ate it.

Who was the first person to ever be born? ›

Adam is the name given in Genesis 1-5 to the first human.

Did Adam and Eve have belly buttons? ›

The navel is a scar left by the umbilical cord which attatches a foetus to the placenta. If Adam and Eve were created as adults by God they would not have had an umbilical cord.


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