from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to Adam, or resembling him.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating or pertaining to Adam or to his descendants: as, the Adamic world; Adamic descent.
- Resembling Adam before the fall; naked; unclothed.
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They were the pre-adamic fig leaf of nature before the first Eve wore that leaf as her own crown of petals. (p. 117)
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Humorously, the Amazon page for “who is adam” contains mostly a debate between the people heaping lavish praise on the book, and some people denouncing the book as “anti-Biblical evolutionistic progressivism where millions of years of pre-adamic life lived and died, killed and were hunted as prey and predator leaving gradual fossil remains before the Fall into sin”.
By natural living is not meant the discarding of the graces of civilization and roaming about in adamic costume, living on the foods as they are found in forest and field, without preparation.
It looked so harsh, so millennial-old, so antediluvian and pre-adamic!
I can truthfully say that I lived a sanctified life; I did not possess adamic nor angelic perfection, but perfect love.