The starting the heart and pulmonary function of Adam was both a physical and spiritual event. God breathed into his nostrils the breath of life starting his breathing and blood flow. Then Adams body responded and he came to life.<quoted text>
I think a spiritual breath and cpr are two different things. That's that whole twisting and turning of interpretation I was talking about.
I have actually intubated 1 baby and 1 neonate. But open heart massage was probably the coolest thing I have ever gotten to do in the hospital.
Not a whole lot there to misinterpret or twist and turn. You know from your experience to bring someone back to life its ABC. Airway, Breathing and then circulation. Here we have the very first example of air being forced into a human body resulting in life starting.
Remember this whole conversation was over the accusation that the Bible is all myth. Well its not and I have given an example where Pulmonary Resuscitation was used to kick start a life. Thousands of years before the practice of CPR was accepted by the medical community.