If God would have wanted "Adam & Adam" or "Eve & Eve" he would have created them. Plain and clear. :naughty
If God would've wanted computers, he (sic) would have created them. Plain and clear.
If God would've wanted CT scans, he (sic) would have created them. Plain and clear.
If God would've wanted democracies, he (sic) would have created them. Plain and clear.
If God would've wanted Japanese people, he (sic) would have created them. Plain and clear.
Obviously those things have happened, just not in the Bible. As such, your argument doesn't make sense. If God were omnipotent, omniscent, and omnipresent, he would've created the things He wanted and gotten rid of the things He didn't.
As for Adam and Eve. Let's talk about incest and its problems keep the gene pool purdy:
Interbreeding two families causes severe retardation, mutation and infertility. The problem increases with severity the more the inbreeding occurs.
"...full-sibling or parent-child incest results in about 17% child mortality and 25% child disability, for a combined result of about 42% nonviable offspring"
Donald Brown, 'Human Universals' pp123
The phenomenon of nonviable offspring from breeding between closely related family members is not limited to Humans, but to most life, especially amongst mammals and multicellular organisms:
"A study of 38 captive mammalian species found a cross-species average of around 33% offspring mortality resulting from closely incestuous matings"
Donald Brown, 'Human Universals' pp124
, you'll have to show us where in the Bible it says that God created only
Adam and Eve. It's obvious that either He created more people and they just weren't mentioned or that the Bible is wrong. So, Adam and Eve begat Cain and Abel. Then, according to the Bible, Cain goes off to the land of Nod to be with his wife.
Genesis 4:16- And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden. 4:17 And Cain knew his wife; and she conceived, and bare Enoch: and he built a city, and called the name of the city, after the name of his son, Enoch.
Wait. Where'd Cain's wife come from?
(And if you offer incest, please let it be known that that's prohibited by verses in Leviticus).
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