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More Than just Adam

Gap Theory Opening up Other Scripture #1

(this page contains some passages from other pages on this site)

On hearing Kerr’s revelation about God creating more humans than Adam, my first thought was of disbelief and ‘you’ve gotta be kidding Kat’ but ‘on searching the scriptures to find if it is true’ , I found that there is good evidence to back this statement up. I have 5  reasons as to why I support this, 4 scriptural and one personal. I repeat from above that the Bible does not say everyone is descended from Adam.

The previous page does, I believe, prove Gap Theory beyond any doubt, but a part of this proof is how Genesis uses the word ‘bara’. That page shows that ‘bara’ can be found to have a consistent meaning of ‘a new thing from God (the thing being a design)’ and this together with looking at it as being a subset of ‘asah-made-(anything God works on to completion) was found to able to give consistent meanings to the two words for all of Genesis 1 and 2. Something I have never seen any other creation viewpoint be able to do.

Once the use of ‘bara’ is established much scripture opens up. Much more on ‘bara’ below.

The Biblical Evidence for More Than just Adam

Briefly, repeating sentence structure-once we know that Genesis 2:4 refers to different ‘generations’ of Earth and the heavens, we can also explore if similar sentence structure is used elsewhere in Genesis.

Genesis 5:1-2 exhibits this same structure and would seem to indicate God created more humans than Adam and Eve confirming lKat Kerr’s revelation. In more detail:

1. Syntax in Sync- More on ‘Towledah’ (generation) Statements

Tôlḏôṯ - ‘Towledah’: Occurs 39 times in the Bible. It is translated 38 times as generations and 1 time as birth

Established meanings; descendants, results, proceedings, generations, genealogies.

There are 13 ‘towledah’ statements in Genesis, Genesis 2:4 is the first, the next 12 uses of ‘towledah’ all, initially, attach the term towledah to somebody/something (eg this is the book of the generations of Adam, these are the generations of Noah) and then the preceding/subsequent text describes the offspring or subsequent/previous generations/descendants.

(Genesis 5:1 KJV))    (Genesis 6:9 KJV)   (Genesis 10:1(KJV)    (Genesis 10:32 KJV)   (Genesis.11:10.(KJV)) (Genesis 11:27 (KJV))  (Genesis 25:12-13 (KJV))    (Genesis 25:19 (KJV))    (Genesis 36:1 (KJV))   (Genesis 36;9 (KJV))   (Genesis 37:2 (KJV))

In consistency with this, Genesis 2:4 attaches generations to ‘heaven and earth’ and then describes the Genesis 6 days as a subsequent future generation or ‘proceedings’ of that Earth and Heaven.

Genesis 2:4  These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD God made the earth and the heavens

This is, I believe, very strong evidence of a previous creation and Gap Theory. This is covered in much more detail on the previous page-the Genesis Similitudes.

Repeating Sentience Structure Giving Meaning and an Astonishing Revelation?

Synchronised Syntax

Genesis 5:1-2 This is the book of the generations of Adam. In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made he him;

Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created

If God is using repeating sentence structures to give us more information then there is an astonishing revelation to be seen. ‘In the day’ seems to mean both ‘when’ one of the described actions happened but also a mark of importance. With this in mind does Genesis 5: 1-2 contains hidden revelation?

Repeating Sentence Structure For Revelation -Syntax in Sync’

Genesis 2:4  These are the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD God made the earth and the heavens

  1. What is the Subject Mater? - Heaven and Earth
  2. How did it come about? - Created
  3. Next generation/proceedings?- Earth and Heaven (order reversed)
  4. How did it/they come about? - Made

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‘God created more humans other than Adam and did so up to the time of Noah but not after that’

All humans after Adam (created or born) are ‘born’ into a ‘fallen state’

(Kat Kerr;Podcast the Pink Revelator)

(Please note: the bible does not describe everyone a s being a descendant of Adam, but does describe Eve as the Mother of all living-not man)

Genesis 6:9-10

These are the generations of Noah: Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations, and Noah walked with God. And Noah begat three sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth

  1. What is the Subject Matter? - Generations of Noah
  2. How did he come about? - Perfectly generated (genetically pure? Hinting some are not?)
  3. Next generation/proceedings?- Shem, Ham and Japheth
  4. How did it/they come about? - Begat

Genesis 10:1

Now these are the generations of the sons of Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth: and unto them were sons born after the flood

  1. What is the Subject Matter? - Generations of Shem, Ham and Japheth
  2. How did it/they come about? - Sons of Noah
  3. Next generation/proceedings- Sons

   4. How did it/they come about? - Born

Genesis 10:32

These are the families of the sons of Noah, after their generations, in their nations: and by these were the nations divided in the earth after the flood

  1. What is the Subject Matter? - Generations of Nations (from families)
  2. How did it/they come about? - Sons of Noah
  3. Next generation/proceedings- More Nations

   4. How did it/they come about? -  Divided

Genesis 11:10

These are the generations of Shem: Shem was an hundred years old, and begat Arphaxad two years after the flood

  1. What is the Subject Matter? - Generations of Shem
  2. How did it/they come about? - Son of Noah
  3. Next generation/proceedings- Arphaxad

   4. How did it/they come about? - Begat

Genesis 11:27

Now these are the generations of Terah: Terah begat Abram, Nahor, and Haran; and Haran begat Lot

  1. What is the Subject Matter? - Generations of Terah
  2. How did it/they come about? - Begat by Nahor
  3. Next generation/proceedings- Abram, Nahor andHaran

   4. How did it/they come about? - Begat

Genesis 25:12

Now these are the generations of Ishmael, Abraham's son, whom Hagar the Egyptian, Sarah's handmaid, bare unto Abraham:

And these are the names of the sons of Ishmael, by their names, according to their generations: the firstborn of Ishmael, Nebajoth; and Kedar, and Adbeel, and Mibsam

  1. What is the Subject Matter? - Generations of Ishmael
  2. How did he come about? -  Son of Abraham and Hagar
  3. Next generation/proceedings- Nebajoth, Kedar, Adbeel, Mibsam

4. How did it/they come about? -  Firstborn and born

Genesis 25:19

And these are the generations of Isaac, Abraham's son: Abraham begat Isaac

  1. What is the Subject Matter? - Generations of Isaac
  2. How did he come about? -  Abraham’s son
  3. Next generation/proceedings-Esau and Jacob

4. How did it/they come about? -  Conceived after being intreated by the Lord

***Note the way none of these human offspring are created. Created being a wholly new thing from God***

If we now apply this ‘syntax sync’ to Genesis 5:1-2

Genesis 5:1

This is the book of the generations of Adam. In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made he him;

Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created

Syntax in Sync

  1. What is the Subject Matter? - Generations of  Adam
  2. How did he come about? -  Created by God (Important- ‘in the day’)

3. Next generation/proceedings - Males and Females

4. How did they come about? -  Created (Important- ‘in the day’)-



Conclusion:  If God is using repeated sentence structure for revelation then God created more humans than just Adam.

Note the way it says this the book of the the generations of Adam. I.e. the book of Genesis or the Bible itself. It’s just about Adam’s descendents then, the second ‘male and female created he them’ do not feature?

2.Was Eve Created (bara)  or Built (bana) or both?

Genesis 2:5-7

And every plant of the field before it was in the earth, and every herb of the field before it grew: for the LORD God had not caused it to rain upon the earth, and there was not a man to till the ground.

But there went up a mist from the earth, and watered the whole face of the ground

And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.

Robin Bullock (here) describes on day 3, before any plants were brought forth, how God the Father formed the body of man as a kind of ‘lost wax’ process, imparting his spiritual gifts and covenants into man’s body, then leaving the body under the ground for 3 days before re-exposing the body and breathing his spirit (along with Eve’s spirit and a knowledge of all nephesh chayyah life) into him on day 6. Thus, providing a powerful parallelism with Jesus being in the grave for 3 days. This also giving reason for referring to Jesus as the first(Adam)/alpha/beginning. (Revelation 22:13) (Revelation 3:14)

As well as ‘knowledge’ of animals placed into our spirit and although controversial, I subscribe to the view that Robin Bullock points out (here) that God placed the spirits of both Adam and Eve into Adam at this point because:this would again provide a powerful similitude with Jesus. As Adam had a wound to his side and gave a  spirit from within himself to get a bride, then, so did Jesus get a wound to his side (that leaked blood and clear fluid-paralleling spirit and flesh-note the way this happens after Jesus’ death (John 19:33-34) ) on the cross and give He also gives a part of His spirits to get His bride. Another first man/Adam connection.

The Word Creation  (‘bara’ in the Old Testament)

‘Creation’-appears 6 times in the KJV Bible-in the New Testament only

‘Create’-appears 8 times in the KJV Bible-in the Old Testament only

‘Created’-appears 45 times in the KJV Bible-Old and New Testament

‘Bara’- Translation count in the KJV Bible x54: translated as-create x42, creator x3, choose x2, make x2, cut down x2, dispatch x1, done x1, made fat x1. See here for a list of established meanings.

‘Asah’-Translation count in the KJV Bible: x 2633 . See here for a list of established meanings. It is translated as ‘made’ throughout Genesis.

My stance on the translation of these words is the standard one=always using established translations but with a subtle change in interpretations and with a look to a consistent translation that can be applied to all uses throughout the Bible:

Genesis 1:26-27  And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: …..So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him


Note how in Heaven God is going to ‘make’ man in his image  (the design is there) but back down on Earth he is going to ‘create’ him- a new thing in that realm.

(‘Asah’) I believe that anything God works on he has made (‘asah’). A subset of made is created (‘bara’). If what God has made is exclusively a new thing (a whole new design and from God)  in that realm then he will use the word created (‘bara’) to show this ‘newness’. But He does not have to He could still say made. God may ‘form’ (make the shape/anatomy) either created or made work.

The use of bara when translated as create(d) in the Old Testament can be summarised as God creating;

Heaven and Earth, whales, flying animals, Mankind/Adam, male and females, marvels, animals, celestial beings, north and south, clouds, our born again spirit in Christ, Jacob, Israel,  a blacksmith/a waster to  destroy/other individual people (I suggest, referring to their initial spirit or mankind in general?) darkness, evil,. All of these are consistent with my interpretations above.

Genesis 1:27,So God created (Bara)   man in his own image, in the image of God created (Bara) he him; male and female created (Bara) he them’

If God was talking about Eve, I suggest, He could not use the word ‘created’ as Eve was made from Adam’s flesh and received her spirit from Adam. (Not wholly from God and so not new on Earth). Due to Eve’s ‘different’ making process as compared to any other human  I would expect a different word to be used and it is: ‘bana’ to ‘make’ or ‘build up’ is used in Genesis 2:22 and nowhere else in Genesis 1-3. This means that the ‘male and female created  He them’ could and I believe, should, be interpreted to mean God created other humans and is at least consistent with Kerr’s revelation.

This is confirmed in:

Genesis 5:1

This is the book of the generations of Adam. In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made he him;

Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created

The plain  text meaning is future ‘generations of Adam’ and these future generations are men and women and they are ‘created’ (not born or begat). Within the context of Genesis and the use of ‘generations' God cannot be talking about the creation of the individual’s spirit of each man. So, this supports further creations of humans by God. The first sentence He created him (Adam-singular). The second sentence he created them (plural) . So, this could be many. I am also intrigued by the translation of ‘Adam’ as Adam and not man/mankind as it could be. Is this God declaring these men and women ‘Adam like’ creations? How can females be called Adam?

3. Beginning of Creation (BoC) (See this site ‘seven beginnings’ here)

John says;

1 John 2:7(KJV)

Brethren, I write no new commandment unto you, but an old commandment which ye had from the beginning. The old commandment is the word which ye have heard from the beginning.

There seems to be two different ‘beginnings’ here. A ‘beginning’ from which they ‘had’ a commandment and another beginning from which they had themselves directly ‘heard’ it The surrounding text relates to God’s commandments and Jesus repeating their continued application. So, there are two beginnings just referred to as ‘Beginnings’. The commandments referred to are from the time of Moses and they themselves heard Jesus from the beginning of His ministry. So, two  different ‘beginnings’?

  1. The Mosaic Covenant
  2. The start of Jesus’ ministry

Beginnings with a capital ‘B’ if you like.

A study of the use of ‘beginning’  (here) shows that there appear to 7 of these beginnings. The first three are:

1.The beginning of God’s ‘way’ (Proverbs 8:22)   (Proverbs 8:23)    (1 John 2:13 KJV)

2. In the beginning- God creates the physical realm (Genesis 1:1)  (Ecclesiastes 3:11 KJV)  (Hebrews1:10)  (1 John 1:1)

3. The beginning of creation (BoC)-God creates man. (Psalm 190:160 KJV)  (Isaiah 40:21 KJV)    (Jeremiah 17:12 KJV) (Matthew 19:8.KJV)  (2 Peter 3:4 KJV)

Gap theory allows for an indeterminate amount of time between beginnings 1. 2 and 3.

Non-Gap Theorists maintain that ‘in the beginning’ and the ‘beginning of the creation’ are referencing the same event.  But note that all references to the BoC  or when it is abbreviated to just a ‘beginning’ are all to do with man.

Mark 10:6 (KJV)
But from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female. (Comment)

Mark 13:19 (KJV)

For in those days shall be affliction (thlipsis), such as was not from the beginning of the creation which God created unto this time, neither shall be. (Comment)

2 Peter 3:4 (KJV)
And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.

I have added some verses without the phrase ‘from the beginning’ as I suggest it is referring to the same ‘beginning’.

Matthew 19:4 (KJV)

And he answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female,

Matthew is clearly talking about the same event as Mark 10

1 John 3:8 (KJV)

He that committeth sin is of the devil; for the devil sinneth from the beginning. For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that he might destroy the works of the devil.

John 8:44 (KJV)
Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it  (murder applying to the spiritual death of Adam?)

Revelation 3:14

And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God

How is Jesus the beginning of the creation of God (this term is synonymous with BoC , I suggest)?

Jesus as the ‘Word’ created everything. Does this make him the ‘beginning of creation of every other animal too? 2 Peter 3:4 can only apply to when men exist, so, the beginning of creation can not be some distant time in the past when the spiritual realm and it’s inhabitants were created.  

If creation week is the only creative event then the beginning of the creation are days 1 and 2. Other than verse 1, the only things ‘created’ (bara)  are whales, flying organisms and man on days 5 and 6.

Is scripture using the term BoC as a general term as we would say ‘back in the day’ or ‘ from the get go’? I suggest there are too many references to it and the facts associated with the term that it would seem should be pertinent to its meaning.

Gap theory provides, in my opinion, a much more plausible answer and allows the text and terms to give more information and at the same time testify to Jesus in defining his role in more detail.

Also, in Gap Theory and in the plain text there is no creating on days 1-4, just bringing forth and making.This also gives an answer to how Jesus can be referred to as the alpha and omega, first and the last (Revelation 22;13) as He was in a sense ‘Adam’.

All the other  7 ‘beginnings’ have a start, a middle and an end/future end, so, if Adam (metaphoring Jesus) is the beginning of creation then when is the ‘middle’ and ‘end’ of this creation? Kerr suggests the ‘end’ is right up to the time of Noah. This could mean a lot of Humans were created.

The term ‘beginning of creation’ supports more humans being created than just Adam.

This is consistent with God creating more humans than just Adam as described by Kat Kerr.

Why is the description ‘it was so’ never used with man or when the word ‘bara’ is used? Find the answer in the Genesis Similitudes page on this site

4. Creating at a Distance

Psalm 104:30: Thou sendest forth (salah) thy spirit, they are created: and thou renewest the face of the earth

The preceding text talks about various animals and humans and so, God sending forth His spirit to create them.

There may be some significance to the use of the plural ‘they’ and the fact that God sends forth His Spirit, this implies some distance between God and the men/animals created. This is unlike Adam who was in close proximity when God ‘breathed out’ Adam’s spirit/spirits’.

I suggest that the use of create as defined on this page can only refer to humans made entirely from God and not born.

Is this verse describing more humans being created?

It should be noted that this passage may be referring to God sending forth spirits for nephesh chayyah animals only in the Genesis 6 days.

5. Incest

Although, I accept the Bible describes Abraham marrying his half sister, Lot (unwillingly) having children with his daughters and Moses father apparently marrying his aunt, I am still very uncomfortable with brothers and sisters marrying.

I accept the notion that the original creations are so genetically supercharged that this may not have health ramifications but still I have always found it hard to accept.

Creating more humans answers this problem, for me at any rate.

Man a 3 day job?

Testifies to Christ

Gives  a reason for Jesus being referred to as:

the first,


The beginning

You existing before arrival on earth?

Biblical evidence  briefly here

Eternity inside God?

Biblical evidence  briefly here

Inside, Indwelling and One

Biblical evidence  briefly here

Eternal and created?

How can that  be?



I thank

Steven E Dill for his book in

‘In the beginnings’


Which was the

first time I had considered different and specific meanings to the word



Life or living, note, not necessarily  just human


Live living

Eve -the mother of all living-everything not just humans?


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Create, creator, made, chose


Build , build up,built, made


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The whole of this argument is based on the meaning of create (bara) within the KJV Bible.

I believe this site and in particular the Genesis similitudes prove Gap Theory beyond any doubt. This proof then reveals that ‘make’ (asah) and ‘create’ (bara) and the other words in Genesis are used with consistent meanings.

Once established, other revelations follow, but perhaps the most shocking is God created more humans than Adam.

Sanford and Rupe

I highly recommend the book ‘Contested Bones’ by Dr. John Sanford and Chris Rupe here. A very thorough and diligently written book. If you think that paleo-anthropology points towards humans evolving then think again. Sanford and Rupe have no problem distinguishing humans from apes and readily categorise all hominid fossils in either the ape, chimp, orangutan. australopith or the human category. (They theorise that the australopiths are better explained as being a new distinct ‘type’ from apes, chimps, orangutan and humans). They go on to  theorise that many hominins are just isolated pockets of interbred humans showing genetic abnormalities due to inbreeding. The book really is a must read and if you take nothing else from this web site then I would just say read this book. (Please note: Sandford and Rupe do not indicate which creation theory they subscribe to so they may well not agree with the some of the views expressed on this site).

Where does more Humans being created leave the Christian paleo-anthropologists? I am not sure but it certainly gives them more options. Also the revelation from  Robin Bullock that the description of Satan’s aim-‘I will be like the most high’ (Isaiah 14:14) and God’s description of man-‘in his image’ (Genesis 1:26) are essentially the same thing. Satan getting a prophetic glimpse from the ‘stones of fire’ at mankind’s design and capabilities. He wants man’s design for himself, the body, spirit and soul (Jesus, God the Father and The Holy Spirit) design for himself. So, he sets about trying to produce his own fleshy component (Is this  also ‘his seed’ described in (Genesis 3:15)?)

Bullock also stating that Satan was attempting to do this even before man was created, so corrupting genomes of created animals before man was made. (Genesis 6:9) (I wonder if these are Australopiths?). Scripture, by stating Noah ‘was perfect in his generations’ also hints that many humans then may not have been genetically pure, so, Satan and his forces could well have been producing more of his ‘seed’ then.

With all of this in mind and accepting radiometric dating is at least chronologically accurate (all be it, I believe, calibrated wrongly by as much a factor of 1000), I wish evolutionists good luck in trying to produce a smooth transition line from a common ape-like ancestor to humans in the fossil record thus generated.

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