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ok well i have done a lot of research on cain and it says he is to wander the earth .. and then you have the gypsies that do not have a country to go to just like the isrealites and if cain is the son of adam and so is noah that should clarify that ! As far as the curse goes it seems like the gypsies are a bit cursed .


The simplest answer is that ten names were listed because: a) Since Noah found favor with God and he and his wife and children are the only people to survive the flood, he was worthy of mention. b) The other people named constitute ALL of his direct male ancestors back to the creation, with NO GAPS. See


Do lutherans believe in a literal interpretation of Genesis? In addition to the Missouri and Wisconsin synods, the Lutheran Brethren also follow a literal interpretation


For individual Lutherans, it varies. For what the Lutheran Church teaches - the majority teach a literal interpretation. There are likely a few more "liberal" Lutheran Churches and possibly synods that reject a literal account, but I have yet to find any. When you ask "Do Lutherans believe", you're asking something that can't truly be answered any ...


Babel was the Hebrew name for Babylon which means "gate of god." But It was similar to the Hebrew word balal which meant to confound or confuse. 8 So the Lord scattered them from there over all the earth, and they stopped building the city. 9 That is why it was called Babel[c]—because there the Lord confused the language of the whole world. From there ...


I have read several different explanations including "gaps" between the days. And I've also read of several different explanations for the "days" including literal 24 hour days and days as "phases" of a process. The point of the passage in Genesis one is that God created in an orderly fashion. He is in control. This is the opposite of the ancient religions ...


You appear to be slightly misunderstanding Zacharias's argument. Here are his four options: No world Amoral world (no such thing as good and evil) Constrained world (no possibility of choosing evil) Free world (possibility of choosing evil) Out of these options, he says that the fourth option, the actual Creation, is the only one in which love is ...


The serpent looked like a HUMAN BEING. It was the only animal that could speak. Its seed could mingle with that of human beings. Of all species created and formed, one specie could mate with the next specie, eg Alligator - Crocodile rat - mouse donkey - horse (child = mule) serpent - human being (child = Cain) The serpent is now the missing link between ...


Day-age Theology does not deny the Genesis account; only that a day in Genesis does not necessarily refer to a 24 hour period. I am one. I base my belief on Genesis 1:1 as compared to Genesis 1:3 and 1:5. Genesis 1:1 KJV In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Genesis 1:3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. ...

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