Question: I hope you can answer these for me: When Adam worked in the Garden, did he have to work and show he was worthy Eve for God to present her to him? I understand the help meet part, but did God make Adam for Eve or Eve for Adam? I know it was a…

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Question: Hi. The Bible does not specify what God used to clothe Adam and Eve with.¬†Jewish commentary mentions the idea that the Nachash molted and that God used this to cover their nakedness. Answer: “Also for Adam and his wife the LORD God made tunics of skin, and clothed them” (Genesis 3:21). The Hebrew word…

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Question: So is the Devil the apple that Adam and Eve ate? Answer: First, the Bible doesn’t say Adam and Eve ate an apple. That is an old myth from the days when people assumed that red fruits were poisonous. The tree was a unique tree called the tree of the knowledge of good and…

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Question: Had God any intention of having children for Adam? Adam was cursed only after he was driven away from paradise. That too was a curse. Answer: Before the fall of man, God told Adam and Eve, “Then God blessed them, and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue…

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Question: Why did God not allow Adam to eat the fruit from the Tree of Life? Instead, He cast him away fearing that Adam will eat the fruit and live forever. Is this God a loving God or a jealous God? Answer: God is both loving and jealous. See “God is Love” and “The Lord…

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Question: My thesis is that Adam was bound to fall. How long Adam or Eve could resist not eating the forbidden fruit? Because as long as Adam and Eve were in the garden that tree was always before them. As long as they resist eating the fruit they would remain in the garden. The tree…

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Question: Just recently I have heard a question that has been circulated among many different mediums. Just the other night this same question came up in my history class and I would like to know how to answer it. Forgive me if I have somehow missed the logic in this question, but I am writing…

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Question: What are the consequences of sin? Answer: Whenever we sin, there are consequences that come as a result of the sin. Some of those consequences are spiritual and some are physical. When Adam and Eve sinned they experienced both physical and spiritual consequences (Genesis 3). The first result of their sin was their awareness…

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Question: How do you embrace people of all races and remain different? Is racism a sin? Is Jesus white or is Adam black? Answer: Webster’s dictionary defines racism as, “the belief in the superiority or dominance of one race over another.” The Bible teaches that there are many nationalities, but there is one genetic race…

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