I see a bunny with a large dildo in the last frame
@darkness my friend, That's Cthulu my dude.
@iateurfood, i like my version better
@darkness my friend, I bet you do you sick, loveable fųck
The name Lilith, for those unacquainted with Satanism, is the name of Satan's daughter
(Correct me if I'm wrong)
@iateurfood, to the best of my knowledge, Lilith was the first wife of Adam who would not bend to his will and was thus cast from the garden of eden
@Mose Schrute, I'm not a religious one, but didn't Adam marry Eve?
@iateurfood, I wouldn't say marry per-say. God took a rib bone from Adam and made eve from it. By doing so he made her from man so she would bend to his will. God created them for each other. They weren't necessarily married
@Mose Schrute, Oh, thank you for the enlitenment.
@iateurfood, according to certain Jewish folklore, God created man and woman at the same time: Adam and Lilith. They were created as equal which is kinda crazy for back then to think of. Then Adam was really pissy because Lilith wouldn't do whatever he said and he was like, "yo God, I can't deal with her anymore. It's me or her!" So God sided with Adam and turned Lilith into a demon, barring her from the garden of Eden. A while later, Adam was like, "well snap, now I have no wife." And that's where the story of Chavah (Eve) came in. That's the short version, anyway. So yeah, Lilith was the first daughter of God, not Satan. There may be another story in which Satan had a daughter named Lilith, but if there is, I haven't heard it, personally.
@Orange Sherbert, you know your stuff my dude, respect.
@iateurfood, thanks, but I only know my Judaism, I was raised orthodox for a few years.
@iateurfood, Orange and mose has it right. Lilith was created just like Adam and she (according to a few different stories) fell in love with a fallen angel and betrayed Adam and God. She was then banished from the garden and God created Eve.
@iateurfood, no no.. he married Steve!!! Don't you read the internet XD jk
@Orange Sherbert, As I understand it, many also believe that she was the snake in the garden of Eden as well.
@Orange Sherbert, I've even heard that she later was known to steal infants and that lullabies were actually Lilith-byes and used to ward her away. Confirm?
@Canis Arktos, yes, there are a few different versions of the story of Lilith, but the one I was always told said she was angry at being cast out of Eden before she ever had children so she retaliated by preying on newborn babies and very pregnant women. Not like killing the pregnant woman, but stealing or killing the baby inside of her.
@Orange Sherbert, not going to lie... Old Testament God was kind of a jerk. Even the Kane and Able story. Kane is a farmer and Able a herder. Kane offers A sacrifice of his finest veggies and Able kills a lamb. God looks at Able and says 'that's great' and looks to Kane and says 'meh'. Kane doesn't exactly have a wealth of stories and role models to guide him through this situation. He worked hard in the sun for months to tend his crops and gets a Devine 'meh'. I'm just saying that Kane was set up to fail.
@Canis Arktos, God let him know to change and he had an example from Adam. He knew what he was doing and did it anyways.
It's no different from today, I can't fix my plumbing by being an electrician so I take earnings from being an electrician and pay a plumber. All he had to do was set up a trade with his brother so he could present an acceptable offering.
@AnimusJ, I don't know, I just reread Genisis 4: 2-8 and I'm not seeing all that. Maybe it's just a King James thing?
@Canis Arktos, God asked him, "if you do right, will you not be accepted? Sin is crouching at the door and it's desire is for you." That was a warning that he needed to watch himself because his heart was wrong.
Trading grain for animals isn't mentioned but it's how everything worked back then, no different from farmers later on who needed to bring sacrifices. It was just what people did.
@AnimusJ, he tells Cain that (sorry for having misspelled it to this point) that After having turned down the vegetables. It may be "what people did" back then but if it was, I can't find a bit of scriptural evidence prior to this event. I wasn't there, obviously large periods of time are glossed over (their entire childhood and most things after this event) but strictly reading the story as told, it comes across a certain way. Even Adam hasn't been taught to give sacrifice (in any recorded section of genesis prior to this passage.
By the way, this is still a good natured discussion/ debate, right? I'm honestly not trying to crap on anyone's belief system.
@Canis Arktos, Nothing but respect dude. Like you said, certain things arent mentioned - doesn't mean Adam wasn't taught, doesn't mean Cain wasn't taught. I understand from your perspective it looks bad or strange, but taking time to understand how/why it's recorded like it is helps. They recorded what was pertinent to them, not assuming it would be read thousands of years later by people who have no understanding of their culture.
These are great
Mom of the year
This is strangely adorable
That's love right there
What comic is this?
@Dienur, wait, just found the url in the comic...