Asked by Anonymous at 3:32 PM on Sep. 26, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
Answer by lilangilyn at 6:53 PM on Sep. 26, 2010
Answer by Jenny-talia at 3:45 PM on Sep. 26, 2010
Answer by Ati_13 at 12:46 PM on Sep. 27, 2010
Answer by Shaneagle777 at 4:03 PM on Sep. 26, 2010
Answer by Shaneagle777 at 4:04 PM on Sep. 26, 2010
Quoting lilangilyn "Men had no place in procreation as in the very early times, there was no connection that men had to be there to plant a sperm. It was believed that children grew miraculously in the belly of women without help."
Well the ancient Egyptians understood that sperm was an important part of procreation and they are one of the oldest civilizations on earth. One creation myth states that the world sprung up miraculously from the ejaculated semen of Ra and that wherever it dropped life sprang forward creating the heavens, earth, man, etc... In the popular myth of Isis and Osiris the goddess Isis (goddes of magic) reanimates her dead husbands penis in order to conceive their son horus. They obviously understood something about a man's role in conception and that semen was an essential part of the equation. Additionally the oldest civilizations of the world were male dominated.
Answer by -Cassandra- at 9:02 PM on Sep. 26, 2010
Answer by hot-mama86 at 3:16 AM on Sep. 27, 2010
"Mythology and folk tales through history and throughout the world feature magical or virgin births." I'm still waiting for someone to show my ONE virgin birth from mythology ... so far I've seen none, zero, zip, ziltch, nada. And if you think that ALL Christians fear sex, then you should listen to John Piper preach on it. The blog reveals the author's ignorance - but not suprisingly.
Answer by Gal51 at 4:17 PM on Sep. 26, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 9:52 PM on Sep. 26, 2010
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