In every story. Thereís a bit of truth, there some exaggeration and thereís even some lies. So if we look at the story and we ask what is truth, what is exaggeration and what is a lie?
Itís probably true that Noah was drunk and naked because thatís what the whole story is based on.
Itís probably true that Ham discovered Noah was naked and instructed Shem and Japheth to cover him up.
The rest of the story sounds pretty shady. You have to look at human behavior and how people act. If you told this story to any judge they would probably come to the same conclusion that I did.
So Shem and Japheth go to cover up their sleeping drunken father Noah and he wakes up from his drunken stupor. Drunken Noah asked whatís going on and Shem and Japheth says, ďHam seen you were naked and instructed us to cover you up. But we did not look upon your nakedness. We put a blanket over our shoulder and walked in backwards as not to see you naked, it was Ham who seen you nakedĒ. So now Noah in his drunken stupor curses Ham the king of Canaan. Based on the words of Shem and Japheth. Noah, being asleep in a drunken stupor could not have known if Shem and Japheth was walking backwards. Because Noah was sleeping in a drunken stupor, He could not have known if Ham seen his nakedness. And Noah didnít even question Ham.
Common sense would tell us that Shem and Japheth were lying to get out of getting in trouble and pointing all the blame at their brother Ham. Common sense would also tell us that Ham did nothing wrong. He could not help walking into the house and discovering his father naked. Noah was drunk laying naked on the floor. He was doing the good deed of instructing Shem and Japheth to cover up their father. And it must be a lie that Shem and Japheth could somehow walk backwards and cover their father up without looking. Furthermore, they would have a motive for lying, because they knew they would get in trouble if they said they seen their father naked. Typical human behavior to lie to keep from getting in trouble.
God works in mysterious ways. I had a similar story that tells me this is more likely how it happened. I had a couple of roommates in California. My friend and his girlfriend lived with me in a small 2 bedroom apartment. One day his girlfriend said her brother needed a place to stay and asked if he could sleep on the couch. He stayed a few nights sleeping on the couch and then he moved in his girlfriend. We had one of them couches that opened up into a bed. I worked afternoons I got home late at night. So one night I came home and him and his girlfriend are laying naked in my living room on the couch bed. You couldnít help seeing them. The door opens into the living room when you come home. So the next day I tell them to cover up, I seen them naked when I came home. So the girl gets all pissed off and screams, ďyou seen me naked?Ē Iím like yeah you were spread eagle naked on the bed when I opened the door, you want to live here cover-up. Otherwise, go get a hotel.
I guess I couldíve said no, I didnít see you naked. I walked in the door backwards with a blanket over my shoulder and covered you up, with my face turned the other way. But I donít think anybody would believe that. That sounds too much like the Bible story. Yes, every day I come home from work. I have a blanket over my shoulder and I walking backwards just in case thereís someone laying naked on my couch. I donít look I just feel around till I feel some pubic hair and I covered it up. Thatís the right thing to do because the Bible says so.
I couldíve been a real jerk about it and not said anything and seen her naked every night until they moved out. It was really the right thing to do to tell them so that they could cover up next time or simply move out. They werenít paying any rent and they were taken up the living room. You have to walk through the living room to get to my bedroom. They knew I lived there. But anyway, this story of Genesis 9:23 brings back memories of that night. And so I donít believe Shem and Japheth walked backwards, not knowing if they were covering up Noahís face or ass, as they didnít look. So Ham and Canaan was cursed by a lie told by Shem and Japheth. And I think now everybody knows it. Iím sure everyone has walked into a room to accidentally see somebody naked. But I do believe this was no accident. These people knew I was coming home from work, they knew they were sleeping in my living room, they knew I had to walk through the living room to get to my bedroom and they didnít bother covering themselves.
Of course, when you look at any of these Bible paintings of religious people trying to convince you, the version of Seth and Japheth side of the story, the paintings will show Ham staring at Noahís penis. Well there is no truth in that, itís a painting made thousands of years after the biblical story. If somebody did a stageplay of this story, they would be able to prove that there is no way the story went down the way Seth and Japheth said it did. You cannot walk into a room backwards with your eyes close, to cover up somebody naked on the floor. You will probably trip over them. You will probably cover their head instead of their ass. If Ham really enjoyed looking at his father Noahís nakedness, He would never told Seth and Japheth to cover his father up.
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