| ||adam and eve photo and comments|
Dude, 230 comments on the earlier "Adam and Eve" questions. My wife said, "everybody is so frustrated because nobody can prove the other side wrong". Exactly.
Part of me wants to offer FJBlau and TimRayPhoto plane tickets out here to the horse arena and let them sumo wrestle it out.
Anyway, I did have a followup question to the photo below. In Genesis, it describes them wearing fig leaves after Adam's fall from grace by eating the apple that the talking snake tempted him with.
So here's some more questions:
1) how come in the photo below they are wearing Banana Republic, and not Fig Leaves?
1a) If Adam could be tempted to eat an apple, then how come the tiger in the background wasn't tempted to eat Adam and Eve?
2) Why would God make man subject to temptation, only to know that he would fail (omniscience and all that) and then make man imperfect only to forgive him by bringing his own son down to earth to die to pay back the debt for the original sin, but then if the Father and Son are both one and the same, then basically God kills himself to atone for the sin, but killing is a sin? (Thou shalt not kill) - So, is killing yourself not a sin? Or is killing your son not a sin, if it pays back a debt? A debt that was caused by an imperfection that you knew would exist? If killing yourself, or your son - who also happens to be you - is not a sin, then is man really made of God's own image? Is Osama Bin Laden a man? If so, then was he made in God's own image?
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