Genesis declared Adam to be both male and female and a "them." —Genesis 5:2
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Literal Death or Spiritual Sleep?
God told Adam that he would die on the day that he ate of the forbidden fruit, yet he did not literally, physically die on that day. Was the Bible lying, or being non-literal? Click on the image to read more.
Tribes or individuals?
Genesis 5:2 calls Adam "male and female" and "them." Were the other patriarchs of Genesis 5 also eponymous tribes? Could this lead to a more accurate biblical timeline? Click on the image to read more.
Young universe or old?
Biblical literalists say that the universe started about 6,000 years ago. But the science that studies God's creation says otherwise. What do you believe: man's individual interpretation of God's Word or God's creation? Could the apparent disagreement be hinting that we need to be even more humble to God—and not to the interpretations of man? Click on the image to read more.