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Who did Adam's (the progenitor) sons and daughters marry?

Asked by Knotmyday (7483points) July 16th, 2008

Not a real deep gene pool at the time.

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eambos's avatar

Dire needs call for dire measures.

For “Creation” to have happened there would have had to been a lot of inbreeding. Not a lot of differentiation within the species.

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tinyfaery's avatar

I believe they married each other. Indeed: oh my, oh dear, o boy.

La_chica_gomela's avatar

yeah…really makes you question taking the bible literally…since Leviticus commands us not to have sexual relations with our siblings…

robmandu's avatar

Don’t forget all the first-cousins having to hook up after the Flood. And they (the people) were lucky. The animals all had to get along with siblings.

La_chica_gomela's avatar

…actually Genesis 7:2 says, “Of all the clean beasts, take yourself seven pairs, man and his woman…”

AstroChuck's avatar

The problem is that you are all trying to inject logic into biblical stories.

ebenezer's avatar

Astrochuck- you said inject. Heh, heh.

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