Sorry dude, if you post your racist, anti-Semitic, anti-Christian garbage here, expect some pushback. Not only are you collaborating with biblical falsehoods, you are literally blaspheming against the Lord. This is spiritual DEATH
I urge every Christian to read the following article in its entirety and remove this demonic blasphemy from your mind.
Did Eve have sex with Satan? The Serpent Seed View of Genesis 3:15 https://www.equip.org/articles/eve-sex-satan-serpent-seed-view-genesis-315/
This article first appeared in the Practical Hermeneutics column of the JOURNAL OF CHRISTIAN RESEARCH, Volume 39, Number 03 (2016).
Serpent seed interpretations of Genesis 3:15 are found in the teachings of the Christian Identity movement as well as, for example, the teachings of Arnold Murray (1929–2014) of Shepherd’s Chapel and also the Church of the Unification.
The Serpent Seed interpretation of the Identity movement clearly leads to racism, as one expert explains: “As early as the mid-1940s, Identity preachers were building a new doctrine: the Serpent Seed Theory. It’s a fairly simple and straightforward belief: Jews are the physical offspring of a sexual union between “Mother Eve” and “the serpent” (Genesis 3). The serpent is variously identified as Satan or a demonic representative of Satan. As such, Jews are literally “sons of the devil.” Most identity believers claim that the serpent was a physical manifestation of Satan himself.” Furthermore, identity teachers add that Cain is the offspring of a union of the serpent and Eve, while Abel is said to it is the result of the union of Adam and Eve.
Even if the serpent seed doctrine does not overtly lead to racism, the interpretation remains problematic and unwarranted. Regarding the Christian Identity movement’s racist interpretation of the passage, R. Alan Streett lists several problems with the identity movement’s serpent seed teaching:
“First, Israel has its origin in Jacob, not Abel, when the name of the former was changed to Israel.
Second, Abraham, not Cain, is called the father of the Jews.
Third, all must be born again.
Fourth, Jesus reminded the woman of Samaria that “salvation comes from the Jews” (John 4:22).
Fifth, and most important, Jesus was a Jew from the tribe of Judah; thus, according to this theory, He would be the enemy, not the Son of God”.
As for snake seed interpretations that lead to racism, the Bible clearly opposes racist ideas: “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” (Galatians 3:28).
Finally, the interpretation of the serpent’s seed leads to a serious misunderstanding of the true nature of sin, which is that sin is essentially disobedience to the Holy Lord. The account of the fall of mankind is tragic enough as it is plainly told without having to sensationalize it with the baseless view that Eve and Satan had intercourse. It is for these reasons that the doctrine of the serpent’s seed must be firmly rejected. —Robert Velarde