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Jan 29th, 2008 6:37 PM #1johnb1Guest
Why it is important to study the relationship of the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent to our salvation
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Jan 30th, 2008 12:33 AM #2
The woman doesn't have a seed, but a man does. The idea behind it isn't far fetched from farming, where you place a seed in the fertile ground, give it plenty of rain and sunshine and hope it sprouts.
Where did you get the idea a woman has a seed?
Uncle Sam is a two bit coward - always taking money from his brother's kids and telling them he wants them to join his Army.
Jan 30th, 2008 8:16 AM #3
Women have EGGS, not seeds. If we had seeds and men have seeds, where do babies come from? Hybrids?
The video is of Brother Eli's teachings, which probably explains why he thinks women have "seed". He is strongly misogynistic, and teaches also that women are inherently weak and need to be guided and led by men. He also strongly believes that women are NOT to teach or preach in a church.
And the Serpent, even in the book of Genesis, represents knowledge, as it did even when the book was written, the concept of Satan didn't even come up in the bible until way later. And when it did then, Satan was a tester of God, as I remember it- still not the embodiment of evil. Humans added that, as a measure, I feel, to further coerce people into following the religion of the state.
Also, the original story was reverted and certain elements were twisted around to make the current story of Adam and Eve as we know it today. In the original, it was the "Serpent" who was being truthful, and "God" who lied- but because "Adam and Eve" were tricked into believing the "serpent" lied, they lost "eternal life".
The stories were twisted around to make the woman look foolish and mislead because they were working to stamp out the worship of Asherah in the region. Any references to Goddess related symbols- such as the Tree and the Fruit, and the Snake, as well as listening to anything other than an established male authority, were made to appear as "evil"."The Alice-in-Wonderland nature of this pronouncement is not lost on me..."
Feb 1st, 2008 3:54 AM #4johnb1Guest
Why it is important to study the relationship of the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent to our salvation ?
To know the Organizational Structure Pattern of Man to know how Should live life in his Life.
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