Chapter 2 of Genesis tells us that man was created from the dust of the ground, but man is mostly made of water. This must've been a sandy soil since there was no rain, and since no plants or animals were created to lay down the soil foundation which is made from decaying living organisms. He probably went to fetch some water from the layers of water in between which the stars reside.
Anyway he forms this living soul, breathes into his nostrils and voila! All these atoms and molecules of his cells, tissues, and organs, frozen in a state of suspended animation, start to move and he is alive. Then he starts to create plants and animals that during this time of creation took their water only from plants because there was no rain to create puddles and the four rivers were wide apart. Two were in Babylon, another in Africa, and the other, who knows where.
Jehovah then begins to look for a mate for Adam but maybe because DNA incompatibility are not accepted by Adam so J anesthetizes him and makes him a mate created from Adam's ribs. This makes human females the only living souls created from living tissue, all other beings created from either water or dust/earth.
This again brings some interesting issues:
Notice that J always uses some materials to create others.
If Adam was created a male, he had to have a Y chromosome.
Why did Eve not have those Y-chromosomes from his ribs?
Did J alter those chromosomes to become X?
Since J used Adam's genetic material to make Eve, wouldn't actually Adam be copulating with his modified clone?
If Eve was created from Adam, she is really a descendant from Adam. Wouldn't this really make humans descendent from Adam only?
If J messed with Mary's genes to create Jesus, wouldn't that be the opposite of Adam and Eve by creating a man from only a woman?
Would Jesus then have a right to the throne of David?
If J put his own DNA into Mary to make Jesus, wouldn't that make him a demigod like Hercules, and not a true man?
If J uses DNA to resurrect people in JWs paradise, Where is it stored?
If J gives back people bodies with different DNA when returned to life, wouldn't it be reincarnation rather than resurrection?
Edited by - faraon on 22 August 2002 17:27:57