Was God pleased with it? Many times He spoke against it, but man will do what he wants too. It's called free will.
It's also addressed as SIN. Just like fornication, adultery, having sex with animals, homosexuality, etc.....
So...you're claiming incest is bad here, that god spoke against it, that is a "sin"...this is why Christians get accused of not being able to critically think; does anyone else not see the logic fail here??
Your god started with just 2 people, did he not? He told them to be fruitful and multiply, in other words, Adam and Eve's kids HAD to have sex with each other at some point, otherwise the human race would have died off. They had no "free will" in this matter. They did not have eHarmony.com, they did not have "plenty of fish in the sea". The choice was, have sex with your family members, or die. And you're trying to say that incest for them was bad when that was their only option?! Logic...fail! God sure is an idiot if he expected them to procreate without incest. Unless y'all believe in the Stork, too!
At no point in the Bible does it say god made a new batch of people... Noah and his sister...er, "wife"...were still direct descendants of Adam and Eve; even if they are many generations removed, it is STILL the same set of DNA we are dealing with for all people that existed back then because they all came from just 2 people. Eve herself came from Adam, so god himself committed incest by taking part of Adam to make Eve. So every act of sex IS incest to this day if you believe the Bible; the "flood" only reinforces that point.
I say it is lying because there are clear examples of what incest is and isn't today. If the Bible were true, we would ALL be related, all hold very similar DNA, it would be impossible to tell who we should have sex with or not to avoid retarded babies, and we would have a lot more birth defects. What you conveniently forget is that the Bible writers knew nothing of DNA, so it made sense to them that 7 billion people could eventually come from just 2 (or 8 if you want to go the Noah route).
Since you don't believe in God OR the Bible. You have nothing to comment about what, or what isn't in it....right?
And you don't have the right to use anything that deals with science, because science is atheistic by default.
Where am I using science in my explanation of the Bible? However....science is not atheistic by default.
We have been over this numerous times in other threads, and have proven that even science points to a Creator (Case for a Creator, etc.). Anybody can go back and read all your "rants" in previous threads, and how Sherene put you in your place more than once proving that science points to a Creator (God).
Quite making snide remarks about my intelligence. Same old same old with you qon. For someone who doesn't believe in God OR the Bible, you sure like to refer to it all the time, but only if you can twist it around, and use it against any Christian like you have done numerous times before.
No the Bible doesn't say a lot about what and how there were people other than Adam and Eve. It also doesn't say a lot about that dispensation period, except that sin got introduced to humanity through Adam and Eve. It also doesn't spell out why a blood sacrifice from Abel was acceptable practice, and Cain's was rejected because it wasn't done according to God's specifications which we don't know about, because the Bible doesn't say. They lived under a different set of rules about worshipping/sacrifice to God and acceptable practice in their dispensation. I believe that God made more people, but I really don't know. However, there was NO law
given (for all humanity) in the dispensation of Adam and Eve, but we are told of the entrance of sin in man. It was a different time with a different social acceptance and structure. Man did that which was right in his own eyes (Bible).
You take scripture and dispensations out of context, and apply them to what we live under today. Today we have the law, AND Grace. Adam and Eve didn't have what we have today, Noah didn't have it either. However, men cried out to God the best they knew how. Moses was the beginning
of the actual Law of God handed down to man. The "Grace" and "Church" came so much further after.......when Jesus was crucified and rose again. Every person will be judged by what they know, and the law they lived under. The dispensation of "Grace" had not happened yet, and there was no pure sacrifice for sin (no remission) yet. Jesus was the supreme sacrifice, and no more were the sins "rolled ahead" for another year, but remitted for good. Different dispensation and fulfillment of the Law....Just like Adam and Eve.
I don't mind talking with people about the Word of God, but your different qon. You were once a Christian, or professed to being one, then turned your back on God. For that I have no desire to talk with you about anything pertaining to my Lord, as you like to spew your verbal filth on what we Christians hold dear. No more do you get any explanation from me about anything Biblical. Go be just a miserable as you want in your own verbal filth. I want nothing to do with you. Since you live under the dispensation of law and grace.....get ready!! Your in for a big surprise! LOL