If young sluts had been reading their Bible (KJV1611) they would have learned that any time you deal with tallywhackers and cooters (or lingam's and yoni's) there is going to be some begating come out of it. It's a little tough to swallow, but when dealing with seed it's better to learn about it when you're young.
Those "Boring Begats"
Why did God bother to include all those boring begats in the Bible?
by Dr. David R. Reagan
I had a fellow write me one time who asked, "Why did God bother to include all those boring begats in the Bible?" He was referring, of course, to the lengthy genealogies of Jesus that are recorded in Matthew 1 and Luke 3. In Matthew's version, the litany begins with the words, "Abraham begat Isaac..." (Matthew 1:2).
The begats are very important, and they are anything but boring, if they are studied carefully. Their importance lies in the fact that they substantiate that Jesus' lineage fulfilled the prophecies that the Messiah would be descended from Abraham (Genesis 12:3) through Isaac (Genesis 17:21) and Jacob (Genesis 28:14), and that He would be from the tribe of Judah (Genesis 49:8), the family of Jesse (Isaiah 11:1), and the house of David (Jeremiah 23:5).