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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on July 6, 2002 07:07:04 UTC

Thank you in advance.

I do not know how old Adam is from this moment in to the past. I know that if you add up the ages of the messengers Adam's age will most likely be older than 6,000 years until today. I should know this but the aspect of age had not been important to me until now. And as to the existence of another Adam: I know very little about this.

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Jisbond

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