You do realize that many genes and traits are dormant, turned off, or
otherwise not expressed; but still present in the Genome of
That's implicit in the term, "Allele."
The four human blood types, for example, are controlled by a group of alleles which give us the following six genotypes:
AA & AO
BB & BO
The problem for the scenario you've posited vis-a-vis Eve is that we can't get all four types from two people with the same blood type.
In other words:
If Adam and Even had both been pure type A, types B, AB & O would not exist
If Adam and Eve had both been type A with an O recessive types B and AB would not exist.
If Adam and Even had both been pure type B, types A, AB & O would not exist
If Adam and Eve had both been type B with an O recessive, types A and AB would not exist.
If Adam and Even had both been type AB, type O would not exist.
If Adam and Even had both been type O, types A, B & AB would not exist.
What was there to prevent God from flipping a few
switches when fashioning Eve from Adam's rib, or even rearranging
expressive genes from the complete genome that was already available
It's not that simple. To continue using blood as an illustration, to get all four types from one human couple, one of them would have had to be A with an O recessive and the other would have had to be B with an O recessive. Nothing else works.
This isn't simply flipping a switch in Adam's DNA; this is changing the DNA to code for a protein that Adam does not possess.
In regard to undeveloped female apparatus in the male body, are you okay with the idea that the female of the species had at least been designed prior to the creation of Adam?
(How else would God have known what the effect of two X chromosomes would be if it had not already been designed???)
It seems like a no-brainer to me, but since you don't explicitly acknowledge counter-points, its difficult to tell....
Are you suggesting that this is evidence of evolution? If so, how? I don't see the connection.
I'm suggesting that the rib-story, is not a literal account.