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-God Liked Abel’s Offering but Not Cain’s?

Q:  Gen 4: 3-5 God looked favorable upon Abel’s offering but not Cain’s. Why? It doesn’t seem fair to me. A:  Actually verse 7 gives us a clue. Cain was really not trying to do what was right but just trying to get by. Verse 3 says that he merely brought some fruit as an […]

-If Adam and Eve never Fell…

-Q: What if Adam and Eve never ate from the Tree—would they still be in the Garden? Then what about the rest of us since childbirth seems to be a resulting punishment? -A: It is possible they would still be there. However the Biblical record doesn’t really speak to that possibility one way or another […]

-How Long Did Adam and Eve Live in The Garden?

Q:  How long did Adam and Eve live in the Garden? A:  There is no way of telling. The Bible doesn’t really give us any clues. It could have been a few days or hundreds of years—no way of knowing. However it does say that Adam got rather lonely before Eve came along so it […]

-Gen.1: There was Light before the Sun was Created?

Q: In Genesis 1, we read that God created light before He created the Sun.  What is this light?  -Chris T. A: Actually the Sun or stars for that matter are not the only sources of light in the universe. Last night I flipped on the ‘light’ switch when it got dark. But more seriously, […]

-Revisited: Who Was Cain Afraid of?

Q: Adam & Eve were the 1st man/woman.  Able/Cain were were their sons.  Who were the people Cain thought might kill him, because he killed Able?  And where did they come from? Were they not off spring of Adam/Eve, therefore brothers/sisters of Cain/Able?   -Chuck A: Chuck, we actually dealt with that very question a couple […]

-God Said if They Ate the Forbidden Fruit They Would Die But They Didn’t?

Q:  God said that Adam and Eve would die if they ate the forbidden fruit but they didn’t? A:  Actually they did die just not immediately. Death became a part of the human saga after Adam and Eve ate from the forbidden tree. The inference here is that Adam and Eve might have lived on […]