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TOPIC: First on Earth
sridhar asked: Who was the first man or women to be born on earth?
- Bobby:- [ 1/12/2007 ] Adam is first man and Eve is first woman
- zeba:- [ 1/19/2007 ] adam or eve
- afi:- [ 1/30/2007 ] According to me, Adam is the first man to be born on earth and ,eve,the first woman was created to continue the life of human species on earth.(this is according to my religious beliefs)
- melissa:- [ 2/9/2007 ] adam and eve
- Srinivas:- [ 2/11/2007 ] Aadam and Eve
- jenni:- [ 2/11/2007 ] adam and eve
- sasi:- [ 2/24/2007 ] adam or eve
- Sagar Honnungar:- [ 3/4/2007 ] Statement of the Bible is that Adam was the first man created on earth !!
- James:- [ 3/13/2007 ] The man and woman on earth were Adam and Eve accordimg to the bible.
- shakti:- [ 3/13/2007 ] According to the bible adam and ave.
- Ashlee:- [ 3/20/2007 ] man- Adam woman- Eve
- om prakash singh:- [ 3/21/2007 ] Manu and satrupa.
- vikash nath:- [ 4/1/2007 ] As told in the first book of the Bible, Genesis, Adam and Eve, the first man and woman, are created by God in his own image from the soil of the earth.
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