Did Adam and Eve have sex with each other?
I honestly believe that Cain and Abel were not created by IVF
In fact, Adam and Eve have had sexual relations with one another for an untold number of times. This resulted in an abundance of children. Numbers 5:4 (Genesis) Adam lived about 800 years after Seth’s birth, during which time he had many more sons and daughters with various women. 5 Adam was alive for a total of 930 years when he passed away.
Probably more than the majority of people nowadays, they relished the experience of sex.
The fact that when people discuss sex, they forget that God created the act of sexual intercourse and gifted man with it is fascinating.
They recognized the genesis of sex and expressed their understanding by saying: Eve got pregnant and gave birth to Cain as a result of Adam’s sexual liaison with her in Genesis 4v1. In her words, “I have brought out a man with the assistance of the Lord.” Her subsequent pregnancy resulted in the birth of his younger brother Abel. 2
They credited God not only with the birth of the kid, but also with the deed that resulted in the birth of the child, as shown by the italicized phrases in verse 1.
This is what you need to know: To Adam and Eve, God instructed them to have children and multiply. It entails doing things like lying down on the ground and having sex with each other, or standing against a tree and having sex with each other, or coming up with some interesting gymnastics from the Kama Sutra (which has yet to be written) and having sex with each other so that sperm and egg can meet and a large number of little human beings can be produced and you can be fruitful and multiply.
And then he died, after having lived for 930 years. If Eve had one child a year with no multiple births and she was healthy as an adult, she would have had 415 baby boys (we know the names of three of them) and since there were no other humans, they would have had to pair off in order to produce any other humans – sorry about that, there were no marriage laws in place yet, so there was no such thing as a “couple off”
In the Garden of Eden, the Bible does not indicate whether or not Adam and Eve had sexual contact with one another. As a result, we are unable to tell whether they did or did not. Still, let’s go a bit more into the subject matter at hand.
“God then spoke and said, ‘Let Us create man in Our image, according to our likeness; and let them reign over the fish of the sea and the birds of the sky and over the animals, and over all the land, and over every crawling creature that crawls on the ground.'” 27 God created man in His own image, in the image of God He made him; He created both males and females in His own image. 28 In blessing, God said to them, “Be prolific and multiply, and fill the world, and dominate it; and reign over the fish of the sea, the birds of the sky, and every living creature that moves on the ground,'” which they did. (See Genesis 1:25-25 for more information.)
When God put them in the Garden of Eden, he gave them the instruction to multiply and populate the whole planet. However, we do not know whether or not they had started to carry out that directive by engaging in sexual activities in the Garden. Also unknown is the length of time they spent in the Garden of Eden until they were expelled from there.
A more complete explanation of the creation order is provided in Genesis 2, which supplements the story provided in Genesis 1:26-25.
Man is in the process of being created. “Then the LORD God created man out of dust from the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man came to be a living creature,” the Bible says. Genesis 2:7 tells us that God created the world.
It is not healthy for a guy to be alone. “Therefore, the LORD God declared, “It is not desirable for a man to be alone; I will provide him with a helper who is appropriate for him” (Genesis 2:18).
Eve was created by God. When the man fell asleep, the LORD God caused a profound slumber to descend over him; then He removed one of his ribs and closed up the flesh at that location; 22 the LORD God fashioned a lady from one of the ribs that He had taken from the man and brought her to the man.” (Genesis 2:21-22;).
The fact that Adam and Eve may or may not have had sexual intercourse before they were exiled from the Garden of Eden cannot be determined with certainty.