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Sin: setting ourselves above God
What was so bad about Adam and Eve’s sin in the Garden of Eden that it merited the judgment that they (and all of Creation) suffered as a result?


Meaning of life - a Christian perspective
When God created Adam and Eve He gave them a few simple rules to follow that comprised what one might call the meaning of life. However, sin entered the world through their disobedience and we were banished from the garden to toil on the earth.


Tree of knowledge - a Christian perspective
The tree of the knowledge of good and evil was the one thing in the Garden of Eden that Adam and Eve were forbidden to eat from. Unfortunately, they listened to the serpent's lies and disobeyed God's command.


Garden of Eden - a Christian perspective
Few locations described in the Bible have resonated through the years so much as the Garden of Eden--mankind's original and perfect home, from which Adam and Eve were expelled after they brought sin into the world. To this day, we don't know exactly where the garden was located.


This introduction to the book of Genesis reports on the title, author, outline, and date of writing. Historically, Jews and Christians alike have held that Moses was the author/compiler of the first five books of the OT. These books, known also as the Pentateuch (meaning “five-volumed book”), were referred to in Jewish tradition as the five fifths of the law (of Moses).


Sin and the Fall of Humanity
Genesis 3:1-24