Is the ongoing punishment of Adam and Eve justifiable?

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Is the ongoing punishment of Adam and Eve justifiable?

Post by Gnostic Bishop » Sat May 19, 2018 8:09 am

Is the ongoing punishment of Adam and Eve justifiable?

Christian dogma says that Adam and Eve were murdered by neglect when God locked away the tree of life.

Eve was deceived by Satan and the talking serpent that God put in Eden. This caused the Original Sin concept that Christianity calls a happy fault and necessary to God’s plan.

Was gaining an education and a moral sense, which basically is what gaining knowledge is, justifiable to you?

Can you see yourself punishing your children for gaining an education and a moral sense the way God is punishing Adam and Eve to this day?

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Re: Is the ongoing punishment of Adam and Eve justifiable?

Post by iskander » Sun Jul 08, 2018 2:57 pm

Is the ongoing punishment of Adam and Eve justifiable? . Adam and Eva are dead

Christian dogma says that Adam and Eve were murdered by neglect when God locked away the tree of life.. Which dogma say that?

Eve was deceived by Satan and the talking serpent that God put in Eden. This caused the Original Sin concept that Christianity calls a happy fault and necessary to God’s plan.---Where in that story does it say Satan deceived Eva?

Was gaining an education and a moral sense, which basically is what gaining knowledge is, justifiable to you?-- does eating fruit from a tree teach all that?

Can you see yourself punishing your children for gaining an education and a moral sense the way God is punishing Adam and Eve to this day? No personal questions, please

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