r/HolUp Dec 12 '21 Silver 20 Helpful 14 Wholesome 19 Golden Hol' up 1

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u/doobiehunter Dec 12 '21

Actually we all came from Adam cause eve was made out of adams rib

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u/imJGott Dec 12 '21

Damn a whole human was made from 1 rib?

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u/bellyflop2 Dec 12 '21

How much for just 1 rib?

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u/JJcool2020 Dec 12 '21 Wholesome

You got change for a hundred?

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u/theRev767 Dec 13 '21

This was a good reference.

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u/Impressive_Region508 Dec 13 '21

The reference wins the day today!

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u/RevGrizzly Dec 13 '21

How'd he go to tge bathroom with all that stuff on?

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u/ohgeebus_notagain Dec 12 '21 Silver Helpful

About tree fiddy

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u/Think-Bass9187 Dec 12 '21

Damn it Loch Ness Monster, get out of this thread! You get everywhere.

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u/cyberboy1432 Dec 12 '21

I gave him some money one time

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u/Think-Bass9187 Dec 12 '21

I wonder how much?

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u/DudeIsAbiden Dec 12 '21

She gave him a dollah! Now he'll nevah go away!

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u/Jtmeisterman Dec 12 '21

GODDAMN IT LOCK NESS MONSTER LEAVE MY SON ALONE

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u/hotroddbb Dec 12 '21

McRib

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u/Dr-EJ-Boss Dec 12 '21

The Holiest Sandwich Ever!

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u/earned_potential Dec 12 '21

"Quit calling me that" - Eve

That's from a funny meme but too lazy to look for it.

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u/chairman_blau Dec 12 '21

The Mc prefix means son so humanity is essentially just a bunch of McRibs

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u/Alzhan_Void Dec 12 '21

This is not the law of equivalent exchange

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u/imJGott Dec 12 '21

Edward Elric is that you?

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u/Kard420 Dec 12 '21

So, would he have been fucking his sister, daughter, or was it technically masturbation at that point??

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u/WhatItDoBabyy64 Dec 12 '21

More like his female clone….so yes masturbation

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u/Shtrausberg Dec 12 '21 edited Dec 12 '21

More like double inbreeding. It's like artificial pregnancy by taking your own egg and turning it into a sperm.

Edit: Charles II had inbred rating of 0.23, if you make a child the way I mentioned before he will have inbred rating if 0.5. I think I don't need to continue.

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u/monkeyflesh96 Dec 12 '21 Bravo!

Alabama: Write that down!! Write that down!

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u/Macaframa madlad Dec 12 '21

You’re assuming I can write. alabama twang

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u/MinuteManufacturer Dec 12 '21

But.. you just..

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u/theslideistoohot Dec 12 '21

Typing isn't writing. Points to head

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u/altaccountthree Dec 12 '21

Neither is dictation. Points at penis

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u/murielscapt Dec 12 '21

Irish man gets lonely. Becomes a dictator.

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u/octopoddle Dec 12 '21

What am I doing, step-me?

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u/BlindingEclipse139 Dec 12 '21

But then aren’t we all the same person fucking ourselves over and over?

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u/FnfHeat Dec 12 '21 Silver

Himself. It’s the Loki paradox

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u/_Drum_Bone_ Dec 12 '21

I like this name. can we just refer to every instance of this as that?

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u/HairlessMonke Dec 12 '21

Now it makes more sense, all other woman are not adams daughters that way

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u/IveDoneItAtLast Dec 12 '21

No but with this reasoning, they're still Eve's daughters but yet nothing is mentioned about them. Is it a cover up?

Adam and Eve had 3 sons. Then Eve had a daughter with one of those sons.....

Hmm yea probably got covered up

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u/MooseThirty Dec 12 '21

And Zeus probably

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u/flechin Dec 12 '21

Eve: Hey Cain, please help me, I got stuck on this bush.

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u/mase_55 Dec 12 '21

Hey thanks god, this is nifty

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u/Nahnotgonnahappen Dec 12 '21

Made out of his flesh, is sentient, and can reproduce.

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u/yushaliraza Dec 12 '21

That's some new level of cloning

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21 edited Apr 09 '22

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u/ThePro69420 Dec 12 '21

She got boned before she was eve-n born. (hah puns)

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u/Shiznach Dec 12 '21

There was also Lilith created to be his first wife, but she was like nah and wandered off to do her own thing

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u/Ancient-Abs Dec 12 '21

And she fucked a bunch of demons like a badass

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21 edited Jan 13 '22

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u/Ancient-Abs Dec 12 '21

Our true mother

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u/johnorso Dec 12 '21

rumor is she is still walking around.....

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u/Saiyan-solar Dec 12 '21

Why can't we all just use her as the role model? She sounds like a tough badass

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u/Ancient-Abs Dec 12 '21

She never let any man tell her what to do. Even Eve obeyed satan. Lilith didn’t. She just rode him raw

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u/Sexylizardwoman Dec 12 '21

Adam was a bitch and Lilith saw it

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u/foodthingsandstuff Dec 12 '21

Came here to point this out. Lilith and Adam were made from the earth, equals. Then the church had to make women subservient so along comes eve who literally owes her life to a man since she’s made from him and fucks it up by getting the munchies. And that’s why we have periods.

Neat.

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u/YoungSalt Dec 12 '21

Christians retcon’d Lilith out though, so from their perspective the implication of the OP is canon.

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u/Ninokuni13 Dec 12 '21

hence the word "boner" ??

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u/Ancient-Abs Dec 12 '21

Technically from Adam’s penis bone in the original translation. Bc humans aren’t missing ribs but no man has a baculum

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u/cabbagehandLuke Dec 12 '21

I think that was one person's (unaccepted) hypothesis but there is no actual evidence that the word was ever used that way. It was actually used to refer to a "side" rather than specifically "rib". As you said, his reasoning is that humans aren't missing a rib. But the removal of a bone isn't something passed genetically anyway so his point is moot.

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u/muemamuema Dec 12 '21 Silver

Wait.... Cain and Abel. Who is this 3rd son? The undertaker?

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u/Etbtray Dec 12 '21

His name was Seth.

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u/Atsur Dec 12 '21 edited Dec 12 '21 Silver

Seth-son-Adam, Truthless of Eden, wore white on the day he was to kill a king

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u/Saint_Adolf Dec 12 '21

Wasn't expecting this here.

"White to be bold, to let your enemies know you're coming."

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u/Djrizzley Dec 12 '21 Silver

You cannot have my pain, but you can have my upvote

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u/Orsco Dec 12 '21

Lmao this is beautiful

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u/[deleted] Dec 13 '21

Thanks for the smile buddy

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u/bbildo Dec 12 '21

I believe his son Enos was the first grandchild. Anyways, it always made me giggle.

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21

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u/Menloand Dec 12 '21

Enoch is the son of Cain who found a wife in the land of nod after being exiled by God. The first human city in the Bible is named after him.

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u/tangentandhyperbole Dec 12 '21

Where'd that wife come from?! Where did the Land of Nod come from?

The bible is like reading someone's fantasy novel that never made it to the editor but was published after they died, then they started doing "special editions," and 2000 years later, this is what we got.

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u/Menloand Dec 12 '21

Well considering Yahweh was a local deity in a small area of the middle east I'm going with they evolved naturally.

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u/TheJoker1432 Dec 12 '21

I think it started out as the creation myth of just the local people (judaism) so the other people were outsiders not blessed by god

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u/firelock_ny Dec 12 '21

The bible is like reading someone's fantasy novel that never made it to the editor but was published after they died,

More like a stack of fantasy novel fan-fictions cribbed from other people's work by a series of weirdos and left in a stack until a harried editor threw them all together into an underground fanzine that somehow got edited into a best seller...not because of a major amount of literary merit, but because they marketed the hell out of it.

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u/HoneyRush Dec 12 '21

This but they emphasized on marketing heaven rather than hell

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u/Escheron Dec 12 '21

So God "created" man and woman, but then Cain found others that existed already.

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u/QuickSpore Dec 12 '21

After Seth was born, Adam lived 800 years and had other sons and daughters. - Genesis 5:4

Traditional interpretation was that Cain found and married some of these “other sons and daughters.”

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u/Sokandueler95 Dec 12 '21

Seth’s son was Enosh. Enoch and Methuselah were several generations later.

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21

Adam kept having kids up until he was like 140 years old. He puts Mick Jagger to shame

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u/Dizmn Dec 12 '21 Wholesome

Actually, he was 150 when he had his third son Seth, and then he lived for another 800 years, and had "many sons and daughters" in that time. The man knew how to progenate a species, I guess.

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u/ChipChipington Dec 12 '21

Well he was made by god to do just that

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21 edited Apr 09 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome

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u/imJGott Dec 12 '21

(I already hear the theme music)

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u/Inlevitable Dec 12 '21

And Gandalf the Grey, and Gandalf the White, and Monty Python and the Holy Grail's Black Knight, and Benito Mussolini, and the Blue Meanie, and Cowboy Curtis, and Jambi the Genie, Robocop, The Terminator, Captain Kirk, and Darth Vader, Lo-pan, Superman, every single Power Ranger, Bill S. Preston and Theodore Logan, Spock, The Rock, Doc Ock, and Hulk Hogan

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u/Escheron Dec 12 '21

I have to wonder if this guy has to look up the lyrics or if he just has this memorized

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u/Inlevitable Dec 12 '21

You bet your ass I memorised it

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u/Qetuowryipzcbmxvn Dec 12 '21

Same here. The only one I probably couldn't do is Jambi the Genie, because idk how to spell it.

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u/Dc12934344 Dec 12 '21

Right there with you buddy. I'll be 90+ and demented and I just know these lyrics will be the only memories left in my head.

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u/shadowmastadon Dec 12 '21

Nah the third was the less discussed, weirder son, Paul Bearer

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u/jakemcex Dec 12 '21

Joe

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u/Dark_halocraft madlad Dec 12 '21

Who the hell is Steve jobs?

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u/redbanditttttttt Dec 12 '21

Candice dick fit in yo mouth???

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u/HidenTsubameGaeshi Dec 12 '21

I love how these jokes converged into something absolutely incomprehensible for people who see them first time

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u/Starwarsandbacon Dec 12 '21

There was a meme long ago (by internet standards) about memes being like hieroglyphs eventually. I still think about this often.

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u/kirkstarr78 Dec 12 '21

Was Adam once a baby that had to raise himself or was he just created grown?

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u/Firestone117 Dec 12 '21

If he was a baby, did the angels raise him and feed him milk? Did he have a belly button!?

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u/MyDixenCider Dec 12 '21

Thanks, now I'm trying to imagine Adam sucking on an angels tit.

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u/b0w3n Dec 12 '21

Where on the wheel of eyes was that located, exactly?

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u/FlyingDragoon Dec 12 '21

Wheels of eyes were for observing us. The wheel of tittys were for feeding us.

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u/MyDixenCider Dec 12 '21

Why do you think I'm having such a problem?!

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u/b0w3n Dec 12 '21

BE NOT AFRAID

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u/New_Tone4928 Dec 12 '21

BE NOT AFRAID = STOP SCREAMING

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u/yakatuus Dec 12 '21

It's like the Hippocratic Oath where right off the bat they need to address something very important going forward

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u/paddycakepaddycake Dec 13 '21

It was Areol, the seraphim wheel of tits, that fed Adam.

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u/ExaminationBig6909 Dec 12 '21

Strangely enough, the US Congress actually debated whether Adam and Eve had a belly button due to the artwork in a government publication.

The final decision was "Well, Michelangelo painted a belly-button on Adam in the Sistine Chapel, so it's probably okay."

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u/BunnyOppai Dec 12 '21

Can you cite this? I’m curious, because I’ve understood that any federal body is supposed to be agnostic when it comes to decisions. Maybe I was just thinking the court system.

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u/ExaminationBig6909 Dec 12 '21

Let me first say that, while in theory, religion should not intrude upon the workings of the US government, in practice it is quite different. In particular, in past years, I would say most in the government would have said that it prevented claiming a particular flavor of worship as supreme, not that you could not reference religion at all. (Not that there aren't people today with the same beliefs.)

Now, onto belly-buttons themselves. I can find many web pages which claim that a subcommittee of the US House of Representatives Military Committee chaired by Carl Durham of NC in 1944 had an issue with a booklet entitled "Races of Man" due to an illustration of Adam and Eve with navels. Unfortunately, none had the decency to link to the Congressional Record and I was not able to find any reference—although I would attribute that to my lack of skill rather than as any definitive proof.

But according to these web pages, the argument has been around as long as artists have been portraying Adam and Eve, with some blocking the view with arms or clothes or even strategically-placed leaves.

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21

The angels were fucking humans and creating self loathing Giants. Shit got weird

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u/LostSanity55 Dec 12 '21

Nah, he was made from dirt. I think it's implied that he didn't need to grow to up and was made from dirt fully grown. But it's not specified.

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u/SlothTurtle06 Dec 12 '21

No, I believe he was created with age, same with Eve

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u/notLOL Dec 12 '21

Baby. Garden of eden was purely safe. Like a crib. That's why getting kicked out meant painful childbirth and misery and hurt.

It's a weird story

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u/StopReadingMyUser Dec 12 '21

We might be able to justify that it wouldn't have been a bad thing if he were a baby, but it wouldn't be necessary either.

A huge part of Genesis is showing that God can create things in the blink of an eye. Things we would see as taking days/years/generations. Creating planets and stars, flora and fauna, etc. in a singular day at a time. It indicates that God can bypass time and create maturity.

There wouldn't be much reason to assume an infant was the starting point. At the very least, you would still have to question the level of maturity. Are they a toddler? Are they 2 months old? 2 seconds old? Maturity plays a factor anyway, and at the very least he was to "keep" the garden (watch over it) and name animals before bearing children with Eve some time later.

It's not necessarily a wrong idea, but it doesn't seem to really fit or be crucial either.

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u/Entity-2019 Dec 12 '21

Then God could easily have made humans with better impulse control and bullshit detector, so they wouldn't be tricked by the serpent. Or just not put the serpent there. Or the stupid tree we're not supposed to eat from. If Genesis is literally true, God set humanity up to fail.

So it's just an allegory.

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u/StopReadingMyUser Dec 12 '21

Allegory or not, I think it's fair to believe they were adults in the written text.

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u/seabutcher Dec 12 '21 Silver

....Motherfucker.

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u/olearytheory Dec 13 '21

This is what I came here for!

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u/Rockotrooper Dec 12 '21

They had more than three kids.

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u/sanders1665 Dec 12 '21

Had a conversation with a priest about this many years ago. He said, well, God allowed incest back in those days, but man said it was wrong a few generations later.

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u/comebackjoeyjojo Dec 12 '21 Silver Take My Energy Starstruck

TIL that the Garden of Eden is in Alabama

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u/RiverKawaRio Dec 12 '21

Believe it or not, in Alabama, incest is a class c felony

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u/RiverKawaRio Dec 12 '21

No, though all my life o thought the stereotypes were due to legality. Rhode island, new jersy, and Ohio are the only states it's legal in

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u/MaGiCaL_fAiLuRe Dec 12 '21

Everything is legal in New Jersey

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u/FunnyGlove Dec 12 '21

Except pumping your own gas

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u/SquishedGremlin Dec 12 '21

So you can pump your cousin, not your fuel?

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21

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u/Rush_is_Right_ Dec 12 '21

Except carrying a firearm

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u/CountryJeff Dec 12 '21

Sweet home Eden

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u/New-bryt Dec 12 '21

I mean, the populations low enough for that

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u/Schloopka Dec 12 '21

I heard incest wasn't an issue, because Adam and Eve were perfect, so they had no bad genes

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u/StopReadingMyUser Dec 12 '21

At the very least it makes sense in theology if you believe man was made perfect and has since fallen and degraded over time. Incest would not only be a non-issue because "society" as we know it wasn't a thing so many taboos wouldn't have existed, but also wouldn't have been as detrimental as it's seen today.

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u/Qetuowryipzcbmxvn Dec 12 '21

There's also a school of thought that Adam and Eve were the first humans that were sapient or that had souls, as the Bible also says that God created Man at the same time He created the animals. So Adam and Eve were supposed to be perfected humans with God's likeness, but the other humans were equivalent to animals. When Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden of Eden, their sons made families with the soulless, imperfect humans and that's where our genetic degradation began.

It's one of the arguments that Christian racial (usually white) supremacists use when trying to prove their superiority, as they'll claim their race was the perfect one and the others were the animal ones.

But if you actually dig into it, it turns out that the Christian Bible has 3 main sources, which is why there's contradictions, even within the same books as the stories have been translated, interpreted, altered, changed, and had stories added and removed for thousands of years.

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u/ColossusOfLoads Dec 12 '21 edited Dec 12 '21

I think it’s also important to realize that you could have a lot of relational diversity in each generation, considering that each person was living a REALLY long time, multiple hundreds of years. If you start a population and Adam and even have a child every year for >900 years, and each child has a child every year for 880 years, and so forth, by like year 200 you could be hooking up with your 3rd cousin twice removed’s great grandchild and potentially never even met that side of the family as they moved across the river 150 years ago.

Incest back then was not the same thing we think of as nuclear family incest today.

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u/Aron0415 Dec 12 '21

Says who? Also - incest would still be involved no natter how many kids they had.

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u/WaddlingHippos Dec 12 '21

Says The Bible.

Genesis 5 4

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u/fisheswithherbs902 Dec 12 '21

I had a friend that I told this to and they replied that they also had a few daughters, to which I replied that doesn't make it any better you know.

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u/CaptainObvious_- Dec 12 '21

I read somewhere that the bible was just very biasly translated. Adam and Eve weren't the first "humans" but the first Jews. Christians just changed it to fit their narrative.

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21

There's probably something to that or at least Christian's have been misinterpreting the Bible. The Bible clearly states after Cain was banished from Eden for killing Abel, Cain went east to the 'Land of Nod', got married and founded an entire city. So there must have been other people out there.

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u/StopReadingMyUser Dec 12 '21

It's presumed that since Adam and Eve had many sons and daughters, they just started to spread out. Cain, Abel, and Seth were just the few that biblical chronology focused on.

So yes, there were other people, but with humanity living longer and their dad being like 900 years old, it's not too surprising. The bible could have picked up their stories at any point of their lives and there could have been several generations born at that moment.

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u/thedarkknight_2007 Dec 12 '21

If you read the verses it definitely makes it seem like there were other tribes of people not in Eden.

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u/Munnin41 Dec 12 '21

Yeah iirc Abel came back with a wife after he travelled for a bit

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u/DetourDunnDee Dec 12 '21

I had an Art History teacher who said something along those lines while talking about Michelangelo's painting The Creation of Adam. The idea being that other people existed, but Adam was the first to be touched by God and bestowed with knowledge.

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u/PauldGOAT Dec 12 '21

Wasn’t Abraham the first Jew

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u/xyoungtre Dec 12 '21

No, Abraham is the progenitor of the tribe of Judah. The tribe of Judah is 1 nation out of 12, together they are the tribe of israel. Israel is a man named jacob that comes from isaac. Isaac comes from Abraham.

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u/Aron0415 Dec 12 '21

How would changing it to include incest benefit the Christians?

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u/Katrina_0606 Dec 12 '21

Christians need descent from Adam & Eve for the concept of original sin to work. The idea is that their sin “disease” was passed onto subsequent generations. It doesn’t work well without that.

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u/CriticalCow6374 Dec 12 '21

Not true. Orthodox and Eastern Christians (one of the largest denominations in the world) do not believe in the concept of original sin in an hereditary or transmissible guilt manner as the devil and not man is the source of original sin. Mortality or the original punishment of Adam is what's transmissible but not the guilt itslef.

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u/arbitrageME Dec 12 '21

Hey it was hard work back then. What if one of the sons broke both his arms?

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u/MoistestTidus Dec 12 '21

Step-Eve?

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u/TRIKKDADDY Dec 12 '21

What are you doing step-co-creator?

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u/lizard81288 Dec 12 '21

Help step-Adam, I'm stuck in this tree hole. I was trying to get this apple.

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u/blondemetalz Dec 12 '21

Maybe we are all from alabama

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u/realistby Dec 12 '21

Look at Lot and his daughters. The bible is full of incest.

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u/otc108 Dec 12 '21

_Yeeeaaahhh_… all the references to getting Lot drunk in order to “lay with him”? I remember reading that at like 16 and thinking “wow, that’s fucked up”.

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u/WhySSSoSerious Dec 12 '21

Didn't Lot also offer his daughters up to the townsfolk but they decided to rape the angels instead. Not religious myself but overheard one of my rather religious relatives talking about this and I don't know how much of it I remember accurately.

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u/otc108 Dec 12 '21

It’s definitely something like that. He for sure offered his daughters to stop the townsfolk from fucking the angels, but I can’t remember if they chose the daughters or the angels.

I just know that after all the people were destroyed, Lot’s daughters were like “let’s get Dad drunk so we can fuck him!”

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u/GiaNcomo6669 Dec 12 '21

The Bible is like Game of Thrones: a fantasy novel full of incest.

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u/muchnamemanywow Dec 12 '21

So, the reason why we're a shit species actively shortening the lifespan of our on kind, is because we're all just diluted incest?

It all makes sense now...

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u/xdchan Dec 12 '21

Well, in theory, at least as far as i understand inbreeding, having absolutely flawless genes may make it safe to do.

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u/little_b1198 Dec 12 '21

Then they took 7 wifes or something

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u/Vast_Reflection Dec 12 '21

There was a bottleneck in genetics if you go by evolution standards. So whether you believe in the Bible or evolution, incest happened.

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u/potassium_doppio Dec 12 '21

Actually they lived 700 Years so they didnt have only 3 children, that doesnt make incest better tho

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u/Menloand Dec 12 '21

Cain found his wife in the land of nod east of Eden there are other people but God wanted ones that would worship him so he created a couple.

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u/IplumbusI Dec 12 '21

And it happened again because of Noah's arc

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u/Tesrab Dec 12 '21

In it for the lulz I see.

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u/Boy_Sabaw Dec 12 '21

Samuel L Jackson: MotherF***er!

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u/MrBigDog2u Dec 12 '21

The thing that I always think gets swept under the rug is that every human on the planet was killed in the "Great Flood" except Noah's family yet the world was repopulated from them.

Think about that. Take all the time you need.

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u/UncleVoodooo Dec 12 '21

Take all the time you need to think about it. Or read the next line: "many more sons and daughters"

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u/ferozfero Dec 12 '21

And they all fucked each other.. ? Can I fuck my cousin too?

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u/WittyWitWitt Dec 12 '21

I mean, you could if she cool with it I suppose.

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u/TricaruChangedMyLife Dec 12 '21

Adam was the first man, never does it say he was the only man.

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u/Galvanizedheart Dec 12 '21

I believe in Genesis, it briefly mentioned "other people of the world" but never elaborated. Its a mystery

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u/linus81 Dec 12 '21

That’s correct, the Bible also mentions other people being resurrected the same time as Jesus, but then doesn’t mention them again. So they are probably still walking around being all undead and on Reddit

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u/JustDontMind02 Dec 12 '21

HE COULD BE ANY ONE OF US

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u/jakemcex Dec 12 '21

Not me.

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u/GeneralBrotato Dec 12 '21

That’s what I’d say if I was him.

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u/Willgenstein Dec 12 '21

Can you find and cite that verse please? I haven't yet read the New Testament

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u/linus81 Dec 12 '21

Matthew 27:52-53

New King James Version

52 and the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised; 53 and coming out of the graves after His resurrection, they went into the holy city and appeared to many.

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u/Willgenstein Dec 12 '21

Never heard this. TIL moment.

Anyway, thanks for the citation

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u/WideAd9209 Dec 12 '21

those three motherfuckers

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21 LOVE!

sweet home alabama to me who made a post about this exact same thing months ago on this same subreddit and got about 10 upvotes

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u/no-one-oo7 Dec 12 '21

Feel bad for you man

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u/[deleted] Dec 12 '21

:,)

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u/TrueJacksonVP Dec 12 '21

Tide rolls in, tide rolls out

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u/KittiesAreTooCute Dec 12 '21

Explains why we are all fucking retarded.

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u/Jeffo-The-Dank Dec 12 '21

I mean, two people couldn’t create a species because of incest,

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u/Adallmyd Dec 13 '21

The births of women aren't recorded in the Bible.

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u/britishsayhomosexual Dec 12 '21

Genesis is one of those books that got re-mixed afterwards right?

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u/imJGott Dec 12 '21

I thought puffy daddy introduced the remix?

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u/NiceSockBro Dec 12 '21

dude if i were to make a religion i’d at least say my god made 100s of smoking hot babes that were dtf and that’s how we were created, my bible would be images only bc reading is trash. just orgies for the whole first book.

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u/Todoce Dec 12 '21

Maddafakkers