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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 26, 2000 18:23:28 UTC

At the time that Adam & Eve chose death, everything alive in your scheme had only been alive for a few days. So:
How was Adam & Eve able to chose death for all live beings, not just humans? It is obviuos to me that every living thing eventually dies. But if eating the apple was a choice of death, then only humans should be dying.

I`m dying to hear your answer

By the way. You cannot have evolution without death. They go hand in hand. Death to the inferior species and the inferior members of a species. That was the principle of Darwin, and Hitler as well.

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