Do any Christian traditions exist as to what type of animal skin did God clothe Adam and Eve with?
The short answer is no.
Some individual Christians seem to believe that the skins may have been lambs or goats (sackcloth), etc. But that is a far as it goes.
That said there are some Christians and even Jews that think that before the fall Adam and Eve were ...
I have yet to find any satisfactory 'tradition' which adequately explains the absence of designation of the actual animal used by God in this instance. There is a lot of conjecture expressed about the matter but none that I have yet found to be accurate, only superstitious.
The traditions which I have found all attempt to improvise on what is not actually ...
Yes, they were evil as explained in Book of Enoch
This results in the creation of the Nephilim (Genesis) or Anakim/Anak (Giants) as they are described in the book:
And they became pregnant, and they bare great giants, whose height was
three hundred ells: Who consumed all the acquisitions of men. And
when men could no longer sustain them, the ...
Whilst I won't go into detail, the simple answer is yes.
That's why God had to wipe all of humanity (excluding Noah and his family) with a flood and exterminate certain Canaanite tribes/clans, who the Nephilim dwelt amongst. Something really, really bad had to be going on.
(Find it quite ironic that the initial poster's first name is Canaan).
Your tying Genesis with John is exactly on the money. When GOD first did this in Genesis :
And 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 being. (Genesis 2:7, NKJV)
He was breathing nepesh (this is the exact Hebrew work - our closest translation of this word ...
There is 1 vital part that is overlooked in this story: Thomas wasn't there. So the question remains - if Jesus was truly doing something of such high significance would he have not waited or even came when Thomas was present?
This was an event that foreshadowed what was to come on the day of Pentecost. It was him demonstrating how they were going to ...