Okay, in Leviticus, I believe it's chapter 20 (I don't have my Bible in the room at the moment), it preaches against the act of incest. Yet, incest was necessary in the Bible not only once, but twice. Adam and Eve and that family and Noah and his family. A clear contradiction of the Bible. Well, in a debate once, I brought this up and had a theist "rationalize" it as God had yet to make human bodies capable of abnormalities as a result of incest in Genesis. Where does it say that in the Bible? I've looked, but couldn't find it. Why do theists fabricate things to defend their ridiculous beliefs?
"Nocturnal majesty, Sworn to black we'll always be."