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Why did Adam and Eve have bellybuttons, amirite?

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Because the people that draw the sunday school picture books are morons.

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ilostmyshoe ilostmyshoe

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I've never thought about that.

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Coday Coday

Because the people that draw the sunday school picture books are morons.

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ilostmyshoe ilostmyshoe

In response to “Because the people that draw the sunday...

IKR! Wouldn't common sense tell them that since the weren't born from a woman they wouldn't have been cut from umbilical cords? People these days...

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sharpiedheart sharpiedheart

In response to “Because the people that draw the sunday...

I feel like it's the same reason they made Jesus white. It's so that people can relate.
When you think of a human you can't but help thing of a belly buttons.

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Naggs Naggs

clever.

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Amarayyy

Because they were born in heaven before they were put on earth.

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Anonymous

In response to “Because they were born in heaven before they...

erm.. who gave birth to them

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Anonymous OP

In response to “Because they were born in heaven before they...

I thought Adam was molded or carved from clay and dust, then Eve was made from his rib?

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B10ckH34d B10ckH34d

Who said they did?

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beil

In response to “Who said they did?

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Anonymous OP

In response to “http://mormonmatters.org/wp-content/uploads/200...

What is the third creature thing in that painting?

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strawberryfroze strawberryfroze

In response to “What is the third creature thing in that painting?

Satan/the serpent, I think...

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Anonymous

In response to “What is the third creature thing in that painting?

The ****? It looks like Jack Nicholson

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Infinity Infinity

In response to “http://mormonmatters.org/wp-content/uploads/200...

But it's just a picture..

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PurpleZebra PurpleZebra

In response to “http://mormonmatters.org/wp-content/uploads/200...

They aren't even hot. This saddens me.

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dzmax

In response to “http://mormonmatters.org/wp-content/uploads/200...

but thats just a picture from a long time ago... its like saying "why did Adam and Eve have slightly skewed facial proportions from the rest of society?!" its an artist (who clearly wasn't a scientist)'s rendition. not a historical document

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affenhausen affenhausen

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Why is Eve's stomach distended?

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B3CKVH B3CKVH

the chicken came first (:

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Anonymous

Nope. Who told you they did? They weren't born by a human. LOL. They were created from the soil which is only proven by the significant amount of minerals in the human body which can also be found on the soil.

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ChuckNourish ChuckNourish

In response to “Nope. Who told you they did? They weren't...

Wait... what? You actually believe the birth of Adam and Eve being created from the soil is proven?

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YeahIAm

In response to “Wait... what? You actually believe the birth...

Hey, just go with it ;)

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dzmax

In response to “Wait... what? You actually believe the birth...

they believe that but not that we evolved from monkeys *sigh*

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Anonymous

In response to “Wait... what? You actually believe the birth...

Or Adam and Eve in general is proven

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AdonisBatheus AdonisBatheus

In response to “Nope. Who told you they did? They weren't...

TROOOLLLLLL IN THE DUNGEON!!!!!!!

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Emperorerror Emperorerror

In response to “Nope. Who told you they did? They weren't...

People are silly if they think God wouldn't give Adam and Eve belly buttons so that they didn't consider the belly buttons of their offspring to be deformities- or some other equally logical explanation.

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B3CKVH B3CKVH

...Or God got bored and thought that their tummies looked too flat!

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Abbles Abbles

In response to “Or God got bored and thought that their...

yea, he could totally have done that (i mean.. he's God..) I heard a joke about this once it was how did the archaeologist know the 2 mummies he found were adam and eve? (no belly buttons XD)

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Danny Danny

In response to “yea, he could totally have done that (i...

Well they could've been Kyle XY and one of his alien friends....haha just kidding :P

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Abbles Abbles

THEY DON'T!!!

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Vepix Vepix

In response to “THEY DON'T!!!

How do you know?

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mchristie mchristie

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because they were never attached to their mothers umbilical cord.... they don't have a mother

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imnotasking

In response to “because they were never attached to their...

In portraits, they are portrayed as having them...

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mchristie mchristie

In response to “In portraits, they are portrayed as having them...

In portraits people also sometimes have 3 eyes and melted faces... Is that what they looke dlike.How do the painters know they had bellybuttons?Who was their mother if they were the first humans?Where did these " bellybuttons" come from with no umbilical cords?

portraits made by some unknown painter are not always reliable sources of history information

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imnotasking

In response to “In portraits people also sometimes have 3...

Nor is the Bible a reliable source of history information.

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YeahIAm

In response to “Nor is the Bible a reliable source of history...

Where did he claim it was?

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Anonymous

In response to “Where did he claim it was?

He didn't, but he's implying that the Bible is in some way a superior source of information than the painters.

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YeahIAm

In response to “Nor is the Bible a reliable source of history...

In some ways it is. Like, when it comes to people who did and didn't live (besides Adam and Eve), it's accurate. But obviously whether accounts of miracles and things like that are true depend on what you believe.

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Anonymous

In response to “In some ways it is. Like, when it comes to...

If it has allegorical stories throughout the book and isn't clear which part of the book is allegory and which is supposedly factual, then it's not a good source of historical information regardless of your personal belief.

Besides, you openly admit it's not accurate about Adam and Eve, which is what this post is about.

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YeahIAm

In response to “If it has allegorical stories throughout the...

I don't think she's admitting that it's not accurate about Adam and Eve, but rather saying that there is no guarantee of that aspect of the Bible.

Other people depicted in the Bible are guaranteed to have existed, and the Bible does provide information about the historical setting. These details are supported with other known information from sources other than the Bible.

That makes it more reliable for information than paintings that depict an artist's personal interpretation.

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Anonymous

In response to “I don't think she's admitting that it's not...

More reliable than paintings, perhaps, but still not reliable as a historical reference overall.

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YeahIAm

In response to “In portraits people also sometimes have 3...

Books written by some unknown writer are not always reliable sources of history information.

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DontJudge

In response to “Books written by some unknown writer are not...

The authors of the Bible are certainly not unknown.

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Anonymous

In response to “The authors of the Bible are certainly not...

It depends on which book of the bible you are talking about.

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BP032 BP032

This is irrelevant but I know a kid at my school with no bellybutton.

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LittleRed LittleRed

In response to “This is irrelevant but I know a kid at my...

Can't tell if this is serious or not but why don't they?

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AdonisBatheus AdonisBatheus

In response to “Can't tell if this is serious or not but why...

I'm being completely serious. He had to have major surgery when he was little, and somehow his belly button got removed.

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LittleRed LittleRed

In response to “I'm being completely serious. He had to have...

That's really weird. Not sure what that would look like.

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AdonisBatheus AdonisBatheus

In response to “This is irrelevant but I know a kid at my...

I once read about this guy that hated how belly buttons looked, so he had his removed.

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Anonymous

So they wouldn't be surprised when their kids had belly buttons.

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Anonymous

To get to the other side

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ali_d

Why is Jesus frequently pictured as an attractive white male

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wobbuffet wobbuffet

In response to “Why is Jesus frequently pictured as an...

Christianity is primarily a British religion, where most people are white. if you were going to draw the son of God, would you make him ugly?

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B10ckH34d B10ckH34d

In response to “Christianity is primarily a British religion...

Well, my question was rhetorical. I understand why churches depict him as white and attractive. But I think it says a lot about how strict people are with their religious views. Jesus was a Middle Eastern man who was probably not particularly attractive? Who cares; let's make him an Anglo-Saxan archetype. People didn't eat pork in biblical days? Who cares; we eat pigs now so we're going to selectively ignore that part of the bible.

By the way, wasn't it the Romans who started the Christanity craze? And I would think American Christians far outnumber British Catholics nowadays.

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wobbuffet wobbuffet

In response to “Christianity is primarily a British religion...

Christianity has been largely adopted and spread by the British but it isn't primarily a British religion.

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Anonymous

Anthony purposely starting up a shitstorm lolol

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Francois Francois

Mind blown.

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Emperorerror Emperorerror

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