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traducianism is a doctrine about the origin of the soul (or
synonymously, "spirit"), in one of the biblical uses of word to
mean the immaterial aspect of human beings (Genesis 35:18, Matthew
10:28). Traducianism means that this immaterial aspect is
transmitted through natural generation along with the body, the
material aspect of human beings. That is, an individual's soul is
derived from the souls of the individual's parents. This implies
that only the soul of Adam was created directly by God (with Eve's
substance, material and immaterial, being taken from out of Adam),
in contrast with creationism (not to be confused with creationism
as a belief about the origin of the material universe), which holds
that all souls are created directly by God (with Eve's substance,
material and immaterial, being taken from out of Adam).
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