ADAM and Eve only had sons, so where did their grandkids come from? Here are some other glaring Biblical plot holes:
Adam and Eve’s grandkids
Adam and Eve’s sons had children, but the only woman around at the time was their mum, so where did the grandchildren come from? This conundrum has never been fully explained, perhaps because the potential answers are too worrying for the whole of mankind.
How did Noah and his family look after two of upwards of two million types of animal when London Zoo needs hundreds of staff to take care of the 700 or so species it has? They would be working around the clock just to shovel the endless piles of manure overboard, and the ark would have to be an incredible feat of engineering the size of Scotland.
Judas betraying Jesus
Why did the authorities need Judas to point Jesus out to them? He arrived to huge crowds and spent his time wandering round Jerusalem doing meet-and-greets and making scenes with money lenders. Seems like the Jerusalem police chief couldn’t find his own backside with both his hands if he wasn’t aware who Jesus was.
God creating the universe in six days
Anyone who’s had a kitchen extension built knows this is utter nonsense. A genuine miracle is getting builders to turn up on the day they say they will, but even then, they’ll arrive at 11am and mysteriously leave at 3pm without telling you they’re going. A universe made in six days would not be structurally sound.
The Three Wise Men
No one buying a gift for a baby has ever thought to themselves ‘I know, I’ll shell out for a some frankincense, he’ll love that’. If the Bible was believable, the Three Wise Men would have brought a stuffed toy camel, a wooden rattle and a bottle of gin for Mary.