Since Adam and Eve were not born of a woman, it is possible that they may not have had belly buttons since they didn’t need an umbilical cord connecting them to a mother. This likely was yet another reminder and evidence to the people living in that day of the fact that God specially created Adam and Eve. Think of it, young children for hundreds of years could have gone to visit great-great-great Grandpa Adam and great-great-great Grandma Eve to ask “Can we see your bellies?” They could sit around Adam and Eve as they told memories and stories from their life living with God in the Garden of Eden. They could have even traveled back to the entrance of the Garden of Eden which was guarded by Cherubims and a flaming sword turning every way (Gen 3:24). Romans 1 reminds us that even today, just like back then, we all know that there is a God!
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Some say because evolution is accepted Science that we ought to accept (believe) it too. “What’s the alternative? Theistic evolutionists say we must bend or die, but when we bend on something so basic, where do we stop? Is our... world.wng.org/2014/06/marrie…
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Put so clearly: “We might think chapter 2 of Genesis teaches that “God formed the man of dust from the ground,” and Eve from Adam—but if they were the product of evolution, then early Genesis becomes a myth, and everyone who... world.wng.org/2014/06/marrie…