Biblical stupidity part 149

There are 7427 blatant absurdities in the bible. Among them:
You may have noticed that the book of Jasher is mentioned in Joshua 10:13, yet it cannot be found in many biblical translations and versions, like the king James. You ever asked yourself why? At some point in time, the political and religious decision was made that there was enough trash in the book and no need to overfill the religious dumpster with more manure. Thus the partial bibles, reeking of armpit odor, being peddled by clowns who don’t even know about the complete book they claim to love.

The book of Jasher 2:1 And it was in the hundred and thirtieth year of the life of Adam upon the earth, that he again knew Eve his wife, and she conceived and bare a son in his likeness and in his image, and she called his name Seth, saying, Because God has appointed me another seed in the place of Abel, for Cain has slain him.

At 130 years old, Adam got some sugar again from the woman he threw under the bus in the Garden of Eden. In the good old days, there was no need for Viagra for the old gizzards who never failed to impregnate their wives, concubines or harlots. This, by the way, is the third pregnancy for Eve who had 2 sets of twins before this single birth. Adam and Eve had a total of 5 children; 3 boys and 2 girls. Abel was killed, which leaves 2 boys and 2 girls. They didn’t have any more children after Seth, according to the complete bible.

Many wolves think they are smart when they use some frontier gibberish mumbo-jumbo to explain the origin of Cain’s wife through Genesis 5:4 (And the days of Adam after he had begotten Seth were eight hundred years: and he begat sons and daughters). However, the complete bible clearly states that Adam did not know Eve after the birth of Seth. Cain married his twin Luluwa; and Seth, after the murder, ended up marrying Abel’s twin Aklia.

Ask any preacher how old the boys were, when Cain killed Abel. If you get an answer, please drop me line.

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