It should first be explained how mankind multiplied from the Garden of Eden. Genesis is fascinating, and the story about the first family is thumbsup. So, for those who want to see creationism taught, they certainly must agree to begin with the “beginning”: Adam and Eve 101.
In the beginning era, Adam and Eve had two sons, Cain and Abel, and Cain killed Abel and Adam and Eve had a third son, Seth, and this was the remaining family: dad, mom and two sons.
The account in Genesis continues and is fascinating, but leaves a huge question that has had me puzzled since my first sex-education class in junior high: How do two men who don’t have girlfriends, because there aren’t any, get the world’s population in motion? Reading Genesis, it makes me feel like I missed part of the story. Did I miss a few pages? Maybe I should re-read this, because somewhere I’ve missed something.
I’ve tried to figure this out using multiplication and even short division, but am still puzzled, and Einstein and Darwin are dead. Readers writing in to the Gazette have stirred this whole thing up again, so what am I to do but ask the No. 1 biblical question concerning the origin of man: Who done it and how?