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Re: God Tests People So He Can Learn=crappy Argument

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Posted by Rich on February 13, 2001 02:35:30 UTC

The #1 FACT that most Christians don't know! Why did God throw Adam and Eve out of the garden?

Was it because they broke the only rule? Was it because they wouldn't admit to their own doing?


Gen 3:22 Then the Lord God said: "See! The man has become like one of us, knowing what is good and what is bad! Therefore, he must not be allowed to put out his hand to take fruit from the tree of life also, and thus eat of it and live forever." The Lord God therefore banished him from the garden of Eden...

God through them out of Eden because man wasn't allowed to live forever AND know good from bad. And God specifically says that man must go because he can't live forever. So when God said that you will surely die if you eat from the Tree of Good and Bad, he didn't know what the heck he was talking about. Because God admits that if man ate from the tree of life, he'd then live forever. It wasn't a morality death either because if after eating the fruit they felt no shame about breaking God's law, then they obviously were sinners before the first sin.

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