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How many animals in the bible talked?
 

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That's all I could find as well...two.

Why didn't Adam and Eve find it odd that the serpent could talk if no other animals spoke?
 

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That's all I could find as well...two.

Why didn't Adam and Eve find it odd that the serpent could talk if no other animals spoke?

They saw God walking in the garden. I bet they noticed the spirit.
I wonder if it was a real animal that was posessed.
A woman who taught girls in a group from Corrie ten Boom taught the girls that the snake used to have legs like a chicken and from that moment on they called her chickensnake.
 

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Greek mythology had a tradition of talking animals. They were called "fables".
 

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Greek mythology had a tradition of talking animals. They were called "fables".

We used to have the fable papers on tv when I was a kid.

The owl always said at the end of the story: and now dear telly children, go cosy to your warm beds and think about it: beaks closed and eyes closed, sleep cosy.

https://youtu.be/222zd1LdOKE
 

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Greek mythology had a tradition of talking animals. They were called "fables".

The fables aren't as old as the Torah so the Greeks must have had some influence from the Hebrews/Jews.
 

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:eek: A talking animal!?!? :eek:
 

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Are humans a part of the animal kingdom...
 
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