Horus forming man on his potters wheel.
Did god love mankind or just Adam?
Was the original plan one of celibate homosexuality?
Did God simply love himself?
Was Eden simply created for God himself and man an afterthought to be a gardener? Genesis 5: and there was not a man to till the ground. 15: and put him into the Garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.
I find it very interesting that God created a man for himself keeping him ignorant, denying him clothing, knowledge and immortality. God was creating animals in pairs attempting to entertain Adam by having him name them. But Adam became distraught by not having a mate. He could find no suitable mate in the animals or with God.
Adam was unhappy. Genesis 2: 20 And Adam gave names to all cattle, and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast of the field; but for Adam there was not found an help meet for him.
The question begs what was God’s original plan; that he simply wanted a Universe and Eden for himself with one naked stupid man to hang out with that would praise and worship him 24-7 and tend the garden?
So we see two huge fails in Gods original plan. First; his new creation was not happy being alone with him (which had to be an ego buster). And second his creation of women to appease Adam became a total disaster to Gods original plan so much so that he ended up killing all life on earth.
In world view today it is obvious that God has always hated mankind and was jealous of Eve right from the start. She was never part of the original plan in the first place! This proving that two wrongs don’t make a right even for God. Well…I guess when you slap a whole Universe together in 6 days and a man from dirt there is going to be some problems!
If Adam was not happy being alone with God in paradise before he had a knowledgeable brain in his head…what does that mean for believers that believe they will be happy with God in their afterlife?
Obviously a gestalts dialectic look at the creation plan opens many doors for analogy and conversation de-bait. What think you?