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Re: Who were the daughters of men?

Rana an Shanaan ( 09/12/2005, 12:38:50 )

During my fifteen years of life, I have given this question a lot of thinking. Who were the daughters of men? For a long time now, I have believed that Adam and Eve are merely symbols of the first Christians, and not the first humans. (Can you even call them Christian? Christ wasn’t yet foreseen, and far from born, at “Adam” and “Eve’s” time.) Therefore I think their children married people from other religions, or people without one. Quite simple, really. But still, I have never seen that possible answer to the question… Thanks!

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