Genesis implies that it is possible for Cain to be killed and revive, for Cain says
"EVERY ONE that finds me will slay me," as if they can kill him more than once.
The notion that Cain could be killed repeatedly and then revive is akin to the Highlander legend. The idea is that an Immortal can experience the pain and agony of death, but will not succumb. Cain seemed to fear he might become some
sort of pitiful creature used for target practice, but who could not die permanently.
Answer by NovemberLove at 3:29 AM on Aug. 25, 2009
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Answer by teamquinn at 5:24 PM on Aug. 24, 2009
Have you ever seen Dracula 2000? It's the same concept only with Judas instead of Cain being the vampire . . . GREAT movie
I LOVE Vampire movies, but that one was the corniest and one of the worst Vamp movies I have seen. It was stupidly entertaining. It gave me a good laugh. The acting was horrible.
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