I know this might sound like a weird question to ask and I guess that this question might be aimed at the chrstians who take their bible literally. but does the christian bible ever say what type of snake the snake/serpent was supposted to be in your garden of Eden story? or what type of snake the christian devil possessed/used?
I have read somewere that some people think it was an asp & others think it was an adder snake. I have also heard that it was More like a lizard but God cursed it & took its legs away as part of His judgement I think some bible passage says something like "upon thy belly shalt thou go, and dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life." or something. Another weird thing I have read somewere was that some people who believe in Lilith think the snake/serpent was really Lilith coming back to the garden in the desgise of a snake so she could tempt Eve.
again sorry if this is a really weird question
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 5:56 PM on May. 22, 2010
My Pastor has taught that the serpent from the garden of Eden was a Lizard with arms and legs, highly intelligent above all the other animals , walked up right and talked.. that is how it could talk to Eve.. this serpent allow itself to be physically possessed by Satan. once the serpent was cursed it became a common snake that slithered on its belly and ate dust , also losing the ability to speak and reason.
Answer by Anonymous at 8:17 PM on May. 22, 2010
the serpent from the garden of Eden was a Lizard with arms and legs, highly intelligent above all the other animals , walked up right and talked.. He's baaaccckkkk!!!
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