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Table of Contents
- Does God exist?
- Did God really take six days?
- What about the ‘gap theory’?
- What about carbon dating?
- How can we see distant stars in a young universe?
- How did bad things come about?
- What about arguments for evolution?
- Who was Cain’s wife?
- Were the Nephilim extraterrestrials?
- Was Noah’s Flood global?
- What about continental drift?
- Noah’s Flood-what about all that water?
- How did the animals fit on Noah’s Ark?
(Chapter 13 &
- Where are all the human fossils?
- What about the Ice Age?
- How did animals get to Australia?
- How did all the different ‘races’ arise?
- What happened to the dinosaurs?
Creation Answers Book
Lesson 8: Who was Cain’s wife?
The Creation Answers Book, Chapter 8
Introduction (pp. 127–128)
- List the biblical passages from which we derive the idea that Adam and Eve were the first two people.
- Who was Cain’s wife, according to the Bible?
- What are the two apparent problems with the biblical answer to this question?
The ‘other people’ escape hatch—does it work? (pp. 128–131)
- What is “the ‘other people’ escape hatch”?
- Explain why is it important to understand that there was only one man—Adam—in the beginning.
- Why is Jesus called the ‘last Adam’?
- Compare and contrast the First Adam and the Last Adam. (See First Adam-Last Adam;
- Why should Christians be able to answer the question Who was Cain’s wife?
First, the biological issue (pp. 132–136)
- Why do we all marry our relatives?
- Why was a brother marrying a sister not a biological problem during the first few generations of mankind?
- Explain what genetic mutations have to do with why we can’t marry close relatives today.
- What other puzzle in the early part of Genesis does this help to explain? (see Living for 900
- When was the Jewish law against intermarriage implemented? Why?
- How is this relevant to Cain and his wife?
God changing His mind? (pp. 136–137)
- Why was a brother marrying a sister not a moral problem during the first few generations of mankind?
- Why is God not being inconsistent regarding the difference between Cain’s day and Moses’ day on brother-sister intermarriage?
But what about the land of Nod? (pp. 137–138)
Who was Cain afraid of when he fled to the land of Nod? Why?
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