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May 3, 2014

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Q: Why was Eve created for Adam?

A: In the recently released book God and the Gay Christian, the author reinterprets why Eve in particular was created for Adam. He claims that God’s decision was based not on any sort of fixed definition of marriage, but rather on “sameness” of Adam and Eve. The author uses Godís process of bringing the animals to Adam to be named and Adamís failure to find a “helper comparable to him” among them (Genesis 2:20) as evidence for his case that sameness—rather than marriage in Godís design—is the focus.

However, the vast majority of Christians would agree that the best kind of companionship for a human is with another human and also that bestiality is sinful. God shows Adam through the naming process that there was no suitable helper for him among the animals. God gives Adam a human, female companion—who also fits the exact definition of marriage God provides in Genesis 2:24. And when we consider this against the whole of Scripture, Godís provision of a woman as a suitable helper for the man Adam is consistent with Scripture’s repeated warnings against same-sex and bestial relationships, and Christ’s affirmation of marriage as it was described in Genesis 2.

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