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What are some of the most common questions about Adam and Eve?

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How many children did Adam and Eve have? The Bible does not give us a specific number. Adam and Eve had Cain (Genesis 4:1), Abel (Genesis 4:2), Seth (Genesis 4:25), and many other sons and daughters (Genesis 5:4). With likely hundreds of years of child-bearing capability, Adam and Eve likely had 50+ children in their lifetime.

Were Adam and Eve cavemen? Genesis chapter 3 records Adam and Eve having a fully intelligent conversation with God. In chapter 2, Adam had named all the animals, exercising his dominion and showing great creativity and the abilities to categorize and perceive the true nature of things. Adam and Eve were married, also in chapter 2. Adam and Eve were not primitive, “ape-like,” or intellectually deficient by any means. The first human beings were created flawless, in a perfect state; until they chose to sin, Adam and Eve were the ideal human beings.

When were Adam and Eve created?

Is the Adam and Eve story to be understood literally?

Were Adam and Eve saved?

Why weren’t Adam and Eve created at the same time (Genesis 2)?

Why did God use Adam’s rib to create Eve?

Was Adam with Eve when she spoke to the serpent (Genesis 3:6)?

Why is Adam blamed for the fall of humanity when Eve sinned first?

Did Adam and Eve have belly buttons / navels?

Did Adam and Eve know what death was when God commanded them not to eat from the tree of knowledge?

Why didn’t Adam and Eve immediately die for their sin (Genesis 3)?

Why didn’t Adam and Eve find it strange that a serpent was talking to them?

Why was it wrong for Adam and Eve to know good and evil (Genesis 3:22)?

How long were Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden?

What language did Adam and Eve speak?

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