The Human DNA In Christ

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God made the original strands of human DNA in Adam, and astoundingly, Adam's original DNA could still be in the human population right now. This is possible because DNA does not replicate itself like single-stranded molecules. DNA is a double stranded molecule, and it copies itself by a process called semi-conservative replication. This means that the two strands of Adam's DNA were not only copied, but they were preserved in Cain and Able. All of Adam's children possessed his original DNA strands. Those strands, in turn, were replicated and passed onto the next generation. Depending on the shuffling of chromosomes, it is possible that Adam's original DNA strands still exist in the human population.
Theoretically, the pathway of DNA replication exists so that Mary could have contributed Adam's original DNA molecules to Jesus, at least twenty-three of the chromosomes. Though the pathway exists, it would take a miracle of God to make it happen due to the extreme improbability of this happening.
Further, God had to provide the complimentary twenty-three chromosomes, including the Y chromosome. These would be human DNA. Do you think God would use Adam's original DNA He created in the garden? Could He improve on that DNA? Hebrews 10:5 says God the Father prepared a body for Jesus. This was a body of human flesh (Hebrews 2:16-17). Hebrews 7:26 says, Jesus became us.

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Dec 25, 2022
1 Timothy 3:16; Luke 2:7-11
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