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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
@Affable Geek: I consider myself a rational person. I also try to understand the world as it is, but sometimes you need to use more your imagination in order to get where you want to.
Oct
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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
@Caleb: It's very simple. This detail emphasizes my theory related to the fact that ouside the Garden of Eden were other people. Then where all the human races come from? All I say here is related to my previous questions. Adam should have been in one of the four primary races.
Oct
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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
@Caleb: do you think it's a good question to ask something like "Was Adam black or white?"? For me it would be a good question!
Oct
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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
@Caleb: the answer doesn't explain at all the biblical events. I accept that it's a good try and I appreciate this.
Oct
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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
I'm convinced that my theory is absolutely real. Otherwise, things described there have no sense. Even so, I accept that I might be wrong (a very small possibility).
Oct
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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
@Andrew Leach: my main question is much more complex than that question. One cannot put the equal sign between them.
Oct
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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
@Wikis: what is its duplicate?
Oct
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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
@Wikis: the 2 questions are related. The main question is "were there other people?". If there were other people then this explains where the Cain's wife comes from.
Oct
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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
@Andrew Leach: a possible explanation here is that Genesis (that part with Adam and Eve) represents the birth of the Jewish people. In fact, this was my answer I found when I was very young. Since then I haven't managed to find anything better.
Oct
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comment How about the outside of the Garden of Eden?
Who was the wife of Cain (for instance) ?
Oct
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comment What could persuade a presumably otherwise-rational Satan to turn on God?
it's not that simple as it seems to be. Thanks for the answer.
Oct
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comment Is it possible to get into heaven, but then be cast out at a later date?
@Dan Andrews: was he at the door of the heaven, somewhere outside? Why would be so?
Oct
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comment Is it possible to get into heaven, but then be cast out at a later date?
@Peter Turner: "between us and you a great chasm is established to prevent anyone from crossing who might wish to go from our side to yours or from your side to ours." has nothing to do with my point. God may turn the impossible into the possible.
Oct
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comment Why do we like to do what is called to be a sin?
@Peter Turner: I'm not sure your reasoning way is correct.
Oct
3
comment Is it possible to get into heaven, but then be cast out at a later date?
@Dan Andrews: Lucifer was in Heaven and then he and 1/3 of the angels were cast out of heaven. There is no guarantee that you will remain there for ever. Isn't it a good example of what is possible when making mistakes in heaven?
Oct
3
comment What could persuade a presumably otherwise-rational Satan to turn on God?
could He created instead a servant that wouldn't make such a mistake? God has infinitely many possibilities.
Oct
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comment What could persuade a presumably otherwise-rational Satan to turn on God?
I wonder why it was necessary that the angels have a chief. And: when God created Lucifer did he know what he was going to be?
Oct
3
comment What could persuade a presumably otherwise-rational Satan to turn on God?
where the pride comes from?
Oct
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comment What could persuade a presumably otherwise-rational Satan to turn on God?
@RiverC: what's the gain to want more? And how to get more if this thing is impossible?
Oct
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comment What could persuade a presumably otherwise-rational Satan to turn on God?
@RiverC: in fact, what does it mean to be equal to God? What was in the mind of Satan when wanted this? How was possible that this evil idea came into the Satan's mind? What do stop the other angels to become one day like Satan?