and as an afterthought God decided it is not good for man to be alone, and created Eve, then it seems to indicate that Adam was assexual at first. Why would he have to be male as such, when there was no female? Or vice versa?
Then further, it would seem that while God created Adam out of dust, Adam's DNA was required to have a match.
But if this is actually allegory, then it would seem that a soul was divided, and that each human soul has only one soul-mate that actually matches properly.
Which is to ask, where have all the souls come from? And is the creation of body indicative of simultaneous soul creation? Or is every soul assexual? Is every soul an assexual "daughter" cell from the body of God? Or did Adam and Eve coincidentally create baby souls as well as baby bodies? If the body dies in that case, what happens to the soul?
Is new souls-creation going on even as we speak, for the ensoulment of population growth? Or were all souls created at the Beginning, and await their turn for incarnation? Then if one incarnation, why not reincarnation?
Then can we live through successive incarnations as assexual souls, but both male and female bodies in order to learn all the lessons?
What is mind? Is it soul? If it is eternal/immortal, then what does it do to justify its existence when not incarnated? Does it just live on God's' welfare? How does it keep from getting bored? The Devil makes work for idle hands.
Here is an interesting couple of experiments:
1. Carefully cut the head off a wasp or hornet with a razor or sharp utility knife. The head and body are seen to possess separate awarenesses, exactly as if the original wasp-awareness has been divided in two, each with all knowledge, and is totally inhabiting both parts. The body is very aware of being touched, and attempts to fly when touched, but seems unable to coordinate flight efforts. The head is not aware of the body being touched and vice versa. The antennae will wave if the head is threatened. Before one suggests it is just nerves, try the experiment. It's an eyeopener.
2. Cut the head off a chicken or duck. The duck I did flapped a bit, then settled down. And the headless neck turned this way and that, as if slowly looking around in wonder, before it died.