You have not once asked "how they went", but you have repeatedly asked "how many". So do you know how many yet? Clearly the book's words, are not what you consider correct.It is funny how even referring to my post you still can't grasp a simple question.
I asked what the bible says.
Yet you continue to rant.
I did not ask how many went on.
I asked what the story tell.
And because you can not answer a question even after I told what the story tell you still can not answer.
The answer is they went two by two. Then it tells of another seven.
That is what the story tells and that is what was asked.
Now had I asked how many gods were involved in the making of me in the first chapter of geneses you would still look for an easy answer.
Instead of using a simple comprehension.
The answer is just outside of Eden.
But you would actually have to read it to get it.
Most people that are against the bible are against it due to the Christian teaching.
Not because of the book itself.
Yet those people say they have read it but there answers only prove they have not.
I am not a Christian.
I am not an atheist.
However I do enjoy reading the bible.
As it should be read.
As a book.
You should try it sometime.
So tell us again, that "how many" does not mean a total, a tally, or a count, but rather a description of a mythical procession into a dis-credited vessel.