• Genesis 3:24
    • Thinker
      But where did they live? See my comment below.
  • They were ejected from the garden to the rest of the world...where their family continued to grow...and fulfill Jehovah God's plan to populate the whole earth... Adam and Eve would have more sons and daughters...and Cain would have had to have married one of his sisters...and being closer to perfection, would have had no problems with is evident these days... .
    • Thinker
      True but there was a specific place they lived in. What was the name of this place. It was well known up until the time of Noah.
    • pugwashjw65
      A sensible enough response...The ' garden' was reputed to be in Iran...near the two rivers...TIGRIS AND EURPHRATES...Encyclop?dia Britannica, Inc. The two rivers have their sources within 50 miles (80 km) of each other in eastern Turkey and travel southeast through northern Syria and Iraq to the head of the Persian Gulf. The total length of the Euphrates (Sumerian: Buranun; Akkadian: Purattu; biblical: Perath; Arabic: Al-Furāt; Turkish: Fırat) is about 1,740 miles (2,800 km). The Tigris (Sumerian: Idigna; Akkadian: Idiklat; biblical: Hiddekel; Arabic: Dijlah; Turkish: Dicle) is about 1,180 miles (1,900 km) in length. The rivers usually are discussed in three parts: their upper, middle, and lower courses. The upper courses are restricted to the valleys and gorges of eastern Anatolia, through which the rivers descend from their sources, lying 6,000 to 10,000 feet (1,800 to 3,000 metres) above sea level. Their middle courses traverse the uplands of northern Syria and Iraq, at elevations varying from 1,200 feet (370 metres) at the foot of the so-called Kurdish Escarpment to 170 feet (50 metres) where the rivers empty onto the plain of central Iraq. Finally, their lower courses meander across that alluvial plain, which both rivers have created jointly. At Al-Qurnah the rivers join to form the Shatt al-Arab in the southeastern corner of Iraq, which empties into the sea. and what IS interesting is that they are close to the EARLIEST known city built by man...8,000 years ago...
    • pugwashjw65
      MOHENJO northwest India....It all seems to fit...and it matches the Biblical account of years in genesis 5.
    • Thinker
      Genesis 5 is the generations from Adam to Noah. Read the book, The Cave of Treasures which will give the history from before Adam to Jesus Christ for 5500 years.
  • Full explanation:
    • Thinker
      Very interesting video on the proof of the Garden of Eden and its location. However it does not say where they lived after removed from the Garden. It was a specific place. It takes a bit of research and additional reading of other early books.
  • Narnia.
  • When the Lord God removed Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden He placed them in "The Cave of Treasures". If you wish to know more about the Cave of Treasures you can google it. It played a very important sequence in the lives of not only Adam and Eve but did so in Noah's life as well as the death of Jesus Christ on the Cross.
    • pugwashjw65
      The Bible says nothing of this...please cite the particular translation where you derived this info.
    • Thinker
      One of the problems many Christians have is they do not do research and study to other writing of that time. Much can be learned of the history of the early people in the Bible and how they lived. Here is on of them. Look in Chapter 1 verse 9
    • Jewels Vern
      That's a nice story until you get to chapter 25 where God says He will die for Adam. That exposes it as trinitarian bullsnot. 2 Peter 1:3 According as his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue: All things, get it? Anything not in the bible does not pertain unto life and godliness.
    • Wakko
      Let me guess, you also believe in the Gap Theory. -__-
  • South Jersey
  • Atlantis
  • They lived in the region of modern day Iraq. Not only are those rivers the one's mentioned in the bible, but archeological evidence backs up the region being among the oldest inhabited on Earth.
  • Outside the Garden in the unprotected world...among the weeds and thorns...
    • Thinker
      Not really. In fact to the east was a vast ocean, to the north a beautiful pure water lake. to the west mountains and plains, to the south open land. Read the books "The forgotten books of Eden" you might just learn something.
    • pugwashjw65
      Hi Thinker...Can you really say that there were NO weeds outside the garden? The Bible does not get into specifics on conditions...just that from that moment, life for Adam and Eve would be a struggle...There may have been some nice spots but A & E would have had to work to live...
  • I don’t see how that would make me free... ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free
  • not sure, i dont think it tells us

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