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29-06-2015, 11:56 AM
What language did Adam and Eve speak
So I'm with my wife at mass, thumbing through the missal, when I come across the fairytale about the Tower of Babel. God comes down to earth (don't know why he couldn't have done it from where he was) to confuse the peoples language so that they can no longer construct the tower, and then they become scattered throughout the earth.

It made me wonder, what language did Adam, Eve, the snake and God all speak when they were in the Garden of Eden? Because apparently they were able to communicate with each other. How would a Bible literalist explain this? Yes, this is the crap that goes through my head while I'm sitting through a boring liturgy. Don't ask me why I go. I guess I just love my wife that much!

My favorite part of the service is during the old and new testament readings, where grown men and women, in the most DRAMATIC fashion, read short snippets of senseless fairytales. I'm sure they have no clue as to what they are reading but they sure make it sound important! Catholics are all about reading from the Bible and then letting the priest explain to them what they just read.
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29-06-2015, 12:05 PM
RE: What language did Adam and Eve speak
(29-06-2015 11:56 AM)mgoering Wrote:  It made me wonder, what language did Adam, Eve, the snake and God all speak when they were in the Garden of Eden? Because apparently they were able to communicate with each other.
They spoke in 'tongues' surely? If you translate "Adam sweetheart, come here and eat some of this shit and let's get down and dirty" it comes out as "mm berappa ne deere a flippa la blappa me dugga de lobba slabberamakker shlong".

Easy, next question.

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29-06-2015, 12:09 PM
RE: What language did Adam and Eve speak
You'd be surprised how many of the "devout" believe it was English -because "the bible is written in English"- and a fair number believe it was with a Southern accent......



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29-06-2015, 12:14 PM
RE: What language did Adam and Eve speak
Parsel tongue with the snake and English with each other cause Murica!
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29-06-2015, 12:28 PM
RE: What language did Adam and Eve speak
Pick any language you want, they weren't real.
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29-06-2015, 05:27 PM
RE: What language did Adam and Eve speak
(29-06-2015 11:56 AM)mgoering Wrote:  So I'm with my wife at mass, thumbing through the missal, when I come across the fairytale about the Tower of Babel. God comes down to earth (don't know why he couldn't have done it from where he was) to confuse the peoples language so that they can no longer construct the tower, and then they become scattered throughout the earth.

It made me wonder, what language did Adam, Eve, the snake and God all speak when they were in the Garden of Eden? Because apparently they were able to communicate with each other. How would a Bible literalist explain this? Yes, this is the crap that goes through my head while I'm sitting through a boring liturgy. Don't ask me why I go. I guess I just love my wife that much!

My favorite part of the service is during the old and new testament readings, where grown men and women, in the most DRAMATIC fashion, read short snippets of senseless fairytales. I'm sure they have no clue as to what they are reading but they sure make it sound important! Catholics are all about reading from the Bible and then letting the priest explain to them what they just read.

They spoke unicornish, the original language of unicorns, fairies and other made up fabricated beings. Thumbsup

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29-06-2015, 05:31 PM
RE: What language did Adam and Eve speak
Edenese

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29-06-2015, 05:45 PM (This post was last modified: 29-06-2015 05:50 PM by Thinkerbelle.)
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Apple OS1. Beta version.

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29-06-2015, 05:48 PM
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(29-06-2015 05:27 PM)goodwithoutgod Wrote:  
(29-06-2015 11:56 AM)mgoering Wrote:  So I'm with my wife at mass, thumbing through the missal, when I come across the fairytale about the Tower of Babel. God comes down to earth (don't know why he couldn't have done it from where he was) to confuse the peoples language so that they can no longer construct the tower, and then they become scattered throughout the earth.

It made me wonder, what language did Adam, Eve, the snake and God all speak when they were in the Garden of Eden? Because apparently they were able to communicate with each other. How would a Bible literalist explain this? Yes, this is the crap that goes through my head while I'm sitting through a boring liturgy. Don't ask me why I go. I guess I just love my wife that much!

My favorite part of the service is during the old and new testament readings, where grown men and women, in the most DRAMATIC fashion, read short snippets of senseless fairytales. I'm sure they have no clue as to what they are reading but they sure make it sound important! Catholics are all about reading from the Bible and then letting the priest explain to them what they just read.

They spoke unicornish, the original language of unicorns, fairies and other made up fabricated beings. Thumbsup

I thought they talked Shit. I guess Ken Hamm would have been able to understand them.
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29-06-2015, 05:55 PM
RE: What language did Adam and Eve speak
Parseltongue is the language of serpents. The obvious answer. Tongue

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