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theBelovedDisciple
Jul 26th 2008, 09:11 PM
Do you think Adam and Eve have a 'naval scar' aka 'belly button' .. Its a thought that has been intriguing to me.. If God created them then they would not..... Adam from the dust and Eve from his rib.. The first people to have them would be their children... Cain and Abel...

Would love to hear your thoughts on this.... thanks..TBD

amazzin
Jul 26th 2008, 09:12 PM
Do you think Adam and Eve have a 'naval scar' aka 'belly button' .. Its a thought that has been intriguing to me.. If God created them then they would not..... Adam from the dust and Eve from his rib.. The first people to have them would be their children... Cain and Abel...

Would love to hear your thoughts on this.... thanks..TBD

I am sure they don't have a navel for the reasons you mentioned

BrckBrln
Jul 26th 2008, 10:26 PM
This is really a non issue but I could see it both ways. They didn't have one because they didn't go through the process to get one. On the other hand since God created them as mature humans then why shouldn't that extend to navals also?

Literalist-Luke
Jul 27th 2008, 07:33 AM
Do you think Adam and Eve have a 'naval scar' aka 'belly button' .. Its a thought that has been intriguing to me.. If God created them then they would not..... Adam from the dust and Eve from his rib.. The first people to have them would be their children... Cain and Abel...

Would love to hear your thoughts on this.... thanks..TBDI've actually thought about this a few times myself. It'd be strange to see somebody without one, wouldn't it? :o

RabbiKnife
Jul 28th 2008, 02:27 PM
Did they have navel oranges?

Or naval oranges?

Inquiring minds want to know...

:pp

BadDog
Jul 28th 2008, 02:40 PM
Do you think Adam and Eve have a 'naval scar' aka 'belly button' .. Its a thought that has been intriguing to me.. If God created them then they would not..... Adam from the dust and Eve from his rib.. The first people to have them would be their children... Cain and Abel...

Would love to hear your thoughts on this.... thanks..TBDNo. :P

Why would they? It's a scar, right? A remnant of our attachment to our mommies. They had no mommy.

BD

Kahtar
Jul 28th 2008, 03:33 PM
Adam probably had a scar, on his side. Not a navel though.
On the other hand, God could have included a navel when He made them.

Literalist-Luke
Jul 28th 2008, 04:35 PM
God could have included a navel when He made them.Since they didn't wear clothes while they were in the garden, I don't guess they ever had to worry about getting lint in their navels, huh? :D

RabbiKnife
Jul 28th 2008, 04:36 PM
I thought Adam's navel from where God poked him in the belly to see if he was done yet.


:rofl:

Kahtar
Jul 28th 2008, 09:46 PM
Wow! A lint-free navel. Now there's a concept! :D

theBelovedDisciple
Jul 30th 2008, 04:26 AM
Can you Imagine those living during that time.. Adam and Eve's relatives... if they didnt have belly buttons.. the discussion at the table..... in the fields... 'why' everybody else had bellybuttons but Adam and Eve did not.. The fact that they did not have belly buttons would be a 'testimony' to God creating them... maybe His witness to His Creation of Man... just a thought...

adgerald
Jul 30th 2008, 05:36 AM
I wish more posts were like this..
We need to sit back and enjoy and not have lengthy discussions although there is a need for that too
Congratulations

Athanasius
Jul 30th 2008, 05:37 AM
I can already see it.
The navelled people can live over there. All us normal folk don't need bothering.

Literalist-Luke
Jul 30th 2008, 08:08 AM
I can already see it.
The navelled people can live over there. All us normal folk don't need bothering.This reminds me of Dr. Seuss's "Sneetches" (or however you spell it). :lol:

BadDog
Jul 30th 2008, 01:03 PM
Ok, joke time,

Sherlock Holmes died and when he was ushered though those pearly gates Peter showed him around, and introduced him to several of the citizens. After a nice lunch, the Apostle John took him aside and told him about a problem that had recently arisen.

"You see, Sherlock, no one here wears any clothes." [You guys didn't realize that?]

Sherlock nodded in understanding. "So?"

"Well, Sherlock, that means that we have no means of identifying people." Sherlock just puffed on that pipe. [a concession of St. Peter, who likes them himself] "Well, as it happens Adam and Eve have gone into hiding. It was not a great concern when it first happened, but five years have elapsed, and our Master has expressed some concerns. We've had several excellent detectives put on the hunt, but we're desperate. Can you help?"

"Sure, my good fellow. This will be resolved this time tomorrow in time for our lunch, which will be on you, my good man."

They shook hands, and Sherlock departed, with only that pipe dangling our of his mouth as he walked away deep in thought and with his hands linked behind his back.

The next day Sherlock was already seated with a man and a woman by his side when John arrived. When John questioned the couple, he was delighted to hear that they were indeed Adam and Eve.

"Sherlock, how in the world did you manage to find them?"

"Elementary my good friend. I simply asked around for two people with no navels."

BD

BCF
Jul 30th 2008, 01:11 PM
I don't know about Adam, but if Eve did not have one, what did her children attach themselves to?

Kate
Jul 30th 2008, 01:45 PM
I doubt they had belly buttons but don't care either way about it. I wonder more what they looked like - if it was much like modern people at all. Whenever I see that new singer Leona Lewis I wonder if Eve looked something like her. Strange, I know - but she looks like a combination of so many races - she looks asian to me, black, hispanic, white, etc. I wonder what they looked like. Maybe I'll find out in heaven. I wonder if they were much bigger than us (I think so) or smaller possibly. Did Eve miss having a mother? Oh, and I wonder how long they were in the garden before they ate of the forbidden fruit. Everybody seems to act like they were there a grand total of about a week before the fall but I wonder. Couldn't they have been living in fellowship in the garden for longer - over a year, years perhaps? Or is that way too unlikely? hmmmmmmm

BadDog
Jul 30th 2008, 04:18 PM
So nobody like my joke?

Oh well. :(

BD