And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.

Genesis 3:15


bruise” here should be “strike” and “crush”. This verse shows a future where Jesus will eventually “crush” Satan and put an end to the chaos that he has caused. I also wonder if the usage of “seed” was here to begin with. It still wouldn’t change the language much, but would still say that there would be strife between the serpent and man. If you examine chapter 1 and chapter 2, it looks like there are two sets of people in the story of creation. It really makes me wonder if this is somewhat the basis of the “serpent seed” theory where the tree of knowledge of good and evil becomes something symbolic to things with a way different meaning than was originally intended. I also do not believe that Nephilim were born this early on after the Garden of Eden was made.

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