Some questions on Religion and History:
Were the Pyramids built before, or after, “Noah’s Flood”? How do you know?
Adam was said to be the first man. But why wasn’t much more written about his death? He got old, lived so many years and he died. I would think that this would have been a much lamented and talked about event. Front Page News! National mourning. But no, pretty-much just a: he was so many years old and he died. That’s it!?? But it seems to be all we’re told.
This was the first man. How did he die? What knowledge did he pass on to others? How did the people or the public react on hearing of his death?
The Hindu’s believe in Reincarnation. How did this belief ever become accepted?
Many people believe they have a soul and that when your physical body dies, your soul lives on, but where was your Soul before you were born? No one talks about this.
Who were the first Babylonians?
”””and thoughts of man’s heart were evil continually and it GRIEVED God that he made man”. How interesting. To me, it sounds as if God did NOT realize things would be this way in advance. Why would God deliberately do something that would cause himself grief or regret? What if God has the power to do these things but does NOT know the future outcome at the time he does it? I get that impression here with this example, but most people today do not want to believe this.
How did God or “the Gods” know what a female is? Christianity refers to God the Father (masculine)
God the Son (masculine) and….the Holy Spirit. Is the Holy Spirit feminine? No? Didn’t Jesus refer to the Holy Spirit as “the Comforter” and say “He” will guide you into all truth? But then if God, and the Son and the Holy Spirit are all “he’s”, then how did they know what a female was/is when Eve was created?