Cain's Wife was neither his Sister nor his Relative

An Inconvenient Truth you Should not Miss.

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Pub Date 17 Oct 2022 | Archive Date 02 Dec 2022

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It is in our nature as humans to be curious. Since birth, we are eager to learn and gain a comprehensive understanding of everything around us.

There may be many differences between us, but the biggest question is about the creation of the universe. When did it all begin?

As human beings, we are entangled in several chains, including cultural, religious, social, and even personal relationships. Our belief system is based upon those things that can be satisfied by these chains. In the belief of many religions, Adam and Eve were the first humans, and we are all their descendants.

Furthermore, it is also worth noting that there is another school of thought: The school of science. Religion and this school of thought are frequently at odds with each other. According to this argument, Adam and Eve cannot be held solely responsible for the vast genetic diversity prevailing in our world today. Scientists and geneticists believe that we must have received genetic information from other people besides the religious couple.

When religious leaders in the early days of Christianity, strongly aware of scientific findings, began disputing some verses and asking questions about Cain’s wife, these clashes became mainstream. in the Bible, he married a woman from another tribe. A younger generation of priests and researchers asks: Where does this tribe come from? Does the other tribe dispel the oldest statement that Adam and Eve were the first humans? If so, this means Cain’s wife must be his niece or a relative. This leaves us with more questions ... one that this book seeks to answer a few using research papers, verses, and personal experiences.

It is in our nature as humans to be curious. Since birth, we are eager to learn and gain a comprehensive understanding of everything around us.

There may be many differences between us, but the...


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The best book I have ever read, Everyone should read this book, I learn a lot from this book.

The best book I have ever read, Everyone should read this book, I learn a lot from this book.


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An interesting book that has you riveted from the beginning to the end.I don’t agree with the answer he puts forward, but it will be of interest to anyone interested in biblical history.

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Hmm first thing that I will point out for this book is that the tittle should have been different, because I was expecting to talk more about what the tittle was promising and that wasn't the case, I understand that this was the first part of a bigger study, maybe in the next volume it will talk and show more studies about who Cain’s wife really was, the positive part is that I am interested in reading what comes next because the author was able to justify his reasoning and it was an easy read.

This kind of book is hard to review because talking too much will give away what it contains, talking too little seems like it wasn't interesting and that definitely is not the case, I did like how things were introduced, it really gave me another par of eyes in the story of God and Cain and their relationship, and when the next book is released I will definitely want to read to see how far and deep will the author be able to go.

Thank you NetGalley and BooksGoSocial for the free ARC and this is my honest opinion.

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Using Bible versus, ancient text in science the Author in my opinion proves his theory that Kane‘s wife was not only not his sister but someone from a totally different tribe. I grew up in church and don’t remember my preacher speaking about Cain‘s wife at all nor did anyone in my church believe the world had only been around 2000 years but having said that obviously some people do believe that and although that may seem crazy to those who didn’t grow up being told that we have to keep in mind that some people really believe that having said that I think this book should be sent out to churches. this book was not only educational but it was so interesting and there’s way more in this book that made it a really good read. I totally enjoyed it and highly recommend it. Especially to those who believe Cain was related to a sister. I know in the past they have used faulty science to disprove religious theory but I don’t at all believe that is the case with this book. I received this book from NetGalley and the publisher but I am leaving this review voluntarily please forgive any mistakes as I am blind and dictate my review.

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Interesting theories with much research having been done. Truthfully, even though I'm avidly religious and am just finishing up the Old Testament again, I had never given any thought to how Cain would have found a wife. Now it's one of the mysteries I hope we learn the answer to on the "other side", because I am really curious.

From the book: "In the history of humankind, Cain's wife has always been the most talked-about woman in the world." That got my attention, as I've never heard anyone mention or speculate about it. Made me wish my dad were still alive so I could discuss this with him and hear his thoughts. By now, he probably has the answer!

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