In papers #’s 3, 4 & 5 of this series, I have been working under the premise that:
“... The only thing that I can imagine is, Yahweh must have given His male angels all of the abilities of His male creations, except the part of the body that produces natural opioids which stimulate the sex drive in humans. Without these, the male angels would have had no desire for sexual intercourse. Evidently, the third of the angels that rebelled against Yahweh and fell found aphrodisiac-stimuli in some type of vegetation to jump-start their sexual desires!”
A few years ago I had written an article entitled The problem With Genesis 4:1, which might fit in quite well with our present topic! In that exposé, I cited three sufficient sources to demonstrate that Gen. 4:1 had been corrupted somewhere along the line, as the context doesn’t harmonize with the rest of Scripture.
The KJV reads: “And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the Lord.”
William Finck, researching the Hexapla found further evidence that Gen. 4:1 is ambiguous:
William is referring to my paper, The Problem With Genesis 4:1, and interprets this evidence thusly: