Did Adam give the serpent his name?
ADAM NAMED THE CREATURES THAT GOD MAID AND THE SERPENT WAS ONE OF THEM.
BUT ADAM DID NOT NAME SATAN SO THE SERPENT IS NOT SATAN.
No. The serpent already had a name.
The "Serpent" is a euphemism for: Lucifer - The Devil - Satan.
The Scripture says, he was subtle and beguiling.
The book of Genesis gave no name to the sinister serpent. God called the snake 'cursed', in Genesis 3:14, for having tempted Adam and Eve. Otherwise the serpent only had the name that Adam gave when God created wildlife and Adam chose each creature's name, in Genesis 2:19.
It actually was Adam and Eve in the garden, not Jesus. And the serpent is not named, except as a serpent. It is unanimously understood that the serpent was either an embodiment or manifestation of the devil himself.
Actually the serpent deceived eve, and Eve deceived Adam.
The word is spelled serpent. Adam and Eve were tricked by a serpent.
Only if you think serpents are the anti-Christ. Most people don't.
Another answer from our community: No the serpent is not Satan. Because Satan was cast out of heaven without receiving a body he used the serpent, who did have a body to comuncate with Adam and Eve. The serpent was not as loyal to God's plan as were other creatures but was just this side of the line so to speak. It was easy for Satan to use the serpent to speak for him by… Read More
Eve was tempted by the serpent. She then tempted Adam to eat the forbidden fruit.
because in the bible the serpent was the devil and tied to tempt adam and eve
The serpent may have tempted Eve instead of Adam, because it was thought at the time of the creation of the story that women are easier to convince and are thus more gullible. Another reason could be that Adam and the other creatures in the Garden did not trust the Serpent, and Eve did not know whether to believe others in the Garden, or to make her own assumptions.
according to the bible no it wasn't him it was an angel whom felt jealousy to god's power and wanted humen to worship him so he took the form of a serpent and spoke to eve and made her eat the fruit.this made eve and Adam not perfect.this made god very angry and took Adam and eve out of eden and the serpent who was actually a jealous angel who turned against god and took… Read More
There is no name of the serpent that tempted Eve and Adam, but the person behind the snake was God's enemy mentioned at Revelation 12:9.
Adam and Eve were tempted by the serpent that lied to them to eat the fruit at the middle of the Garden of Eden.
The third son recorded in the bible is Seth. It is not recorded in the bible who Adam and Eve's youngest son is. Its recorded exactly who the younger son of Adam and Eve was ... It was Seth Adam and Even were formed on the 8th day (day one of the 2nd week) they were not the first humans created as is often and mistakenly assumed. Adam was the man formed to till the… Read More
Eternal life in a paradise would have been the result of Adam and Eve not listening to the sinister serpent. Adam and Eve were promised immortality in an earthly paradise. They were told that they'd have neither if they ate of the forbidden fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.
No, Adam and Eve weren't Neanderthals. Adam and Eve spoke with each other, the sinister serpent, and their God. They were members of Homo sapiens.
Some and most believe a snake or a serpent because the devil posed as a serpent in the story of Adam and Eve and that's how sins began.
Python is the name of the serpent that god Apollo killed with his arrows and bow.
The serpent slithered through the grass.
What did the serpent tell Adam and eve that if they eat the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil they will what?
Satan, the serpent, told eve that she would not die, but in Genesis 2:16,17 Jehovah told Adam to eat off every tree accept the tree of knowledge.
God told Adam and Eve not to eat fruit from the Tree of Knowledge and Good and Evil but a sepent tricked Eve and Adam into eating the fruit as a result God made a curse on Eve and Adam and the serpent Eve's childen would kick the serpent (which I think is funny) but the serpent would bite the children of Eve Adam's punishment the he would work very hard in feilds to grow… Read More
quetzal means bird and coatl serpent, that is serpent that flies or plumed serpent
I am guessing that you mean that when does it first appear, it is as a serpent. In the story of Adam and Eve, the serpent is the one that tries to deceive Adam and Eve into eating the forbidden fruit. He eventually convinces Eve to eat the fruit and Eve convinces Adam to eat the fruit as well. They then were made to leave the garden because of their disobedience to God.
At first Adam was a worshiper of Jehovah God, his Maker. Adam gave his wife Eve the instructions of God. She knew that God had told her husband, not to eat from a certain tree; because she repeated God's command to 'the serpent'. But Adam changed his religion when he became an 'obeyer' of 'the serpent' (Satan) instead of Jehovah God. This is how 'FALSE Religion' got started, right there in the Garden of Eden.
I think it's the Hohokams. But I'm not sure The Great Serpent Mound was built by Lilith as a present to Lucifer for leading Adam and Eve into sin.
The snake or serpent is a representation of the devil, or Satan, in flesh. He came to try to tempt Adam and Eve into turning from God.
God, Adam Eve and satan
Mother Mary is pictured stepping on a serpent because in Genesis it was the serpent that tricked Adam and Eve into eating of the forbidden fruit. For a complete understanding of this read Genesis 3:14-15. There you will find what God says to the serpent regarding Mary who is the woman God speaks of in that passage.
Yes it was Adam who named all the animals in the garden of Eden.
Adam was not there at the time the serpent tricked Eve, it was Eve that later came to Adam and said try it. That is the first record of the husband blaming the wife
He ignored God's command not to eat from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Eve was tricked by the serpent, and Adam went along.
No. Adam fathered Cain. Genesis 4:1 reads, Adam lay with his wife Eve, and she became pregnant and gave birth to Cain.
Yes, Satan the demon was the one who deceived Eve. He was the serpent.
Because he was the one who tempted Eve to eat of the Forbidden Fruit & to get Adam to do the same.
If you are talking about the serpent that got Adam and Eve kicked out of the Garden of Eden, then it wasactually Satan. He disguised himself as a serpent, or snake if you want to call it that, and tempted Eve with it. so it was neither man nor snake. It was a fallen angel, Satan.
The cast of Compliments of the Serpent - 2008 includes: Adam Larrabee as Pharmacist Novella Nelson as Barbara Stanton Roscoe Orman as Mike Stanton
A: In the story of Adam and Eve, the serpent was a serpent, repeatedly stated. There is no suggestion in the story of any other identity for the serpent, so it would be presumptious to create another identity. Of course, we can acknowledge the story of the fall of man as an allegory, which is a better explanation for the snake's apparent cunning and ability to speak the human language. The serpent was a common… Read More
No, the Scripture and the Hebrew make it quite clear to a reasonable person who believes in allowing the Bible to interpret itself (Exigesis and not Eisegesis). To blanketly state that it is from a particular faith is not fair as people of several faiths (including Satanists) accept this idea which gives them 'special knowledge' of the Scripture - though Christians outnumber other faith adherents and will have more 'wayward' interpretations. In short then, to… Read More
what ever the serpent's name is that was in the garden with cain's parents in genisis they don't have a name for him The Serpent is an official title, it is given to the Devil. Cain likely had the full perosnal attention of the Devil himself as he is associated with the Devil by Christ in the gospels. What exactly that means, I dont know. It seems likely that the work that "The Serpent" a… Read More
Satan was in the form of a serpent (snake).
The Scriptue says there were Adam, then Eve both with God the Word and the serpent which represented Satan.
A: In the story of Adam and Eve, the snake was immensely wise and understood that the forbidden fruit would not really cause Eve to die, as God had said to Adam. He knew the real reason that the fruit was forbidden (Genesis 3:5) was that they would become like the gods and know of good and evil. Eve believed the serpent and ate the fruit, proving the truth of what the serpent had said… Read More
Adam's name was simply Adam. The bible does not give last names. Rather, it many times gives the lineage of a person. So and so, the son of, so and so. Adam was the first. So he was simply called Adam.
The serpent of the story of Adam and Eve was a very widespread motif in Near Eastern creation myths, as were the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil and the Tree of Life. From an emotional viewpoint, snakes were despised, making it easy to recognise the serpent of Genesis as a being to be despised. From a religious viewpoint, the serpent was probably a remnant of earlier animist beliefs.
Satan never tempted Eve, a serpent did in the story of Adam and Eve.
Hera sent the serpent Python to make sure Apollo's mother, Leto couldn't give birth.
Adam had one bite of the forbidden fruit, and Eve had two. Eve took the first bite during her conversation with the sinister serpent. She then reported the seeming decliciousness of the taste to Adam. Adam took a bite. Eve took her second bite in Adam's presence.
the bible names the children of adam and eve as cain able seth then it says other sons and daughters but does not name them or give an exact amount.
What is the Aztec name of the figure that is represented on the Temple of the Feathered Serpent as a fanged serpent head with feathers around its neck?
The Midgard Serpent