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tannedhorse tannedhorse 22-25, F 18 Answers May 7, 2012

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No .. it was fated to start this world. It's pointless to blame others for your own sorry ***.

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I accept it as part of the Bible, blame Adam and Eve, no was fated. I think it symbolizes we have choices and that our actions will have consequences that can be far reaching, ie over generations.

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No and No

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well...A) yes, kind of...but not i the biblical way. Supposedly all of our genetics can be traced to one woman in Africa...and I'd like to think of her as the mother of us all. B) No..I don't. I think the story makes an interesting metaphor for the Human tendency to prevaricate...even in the face of God. I do happen to think that most human beings have "sinful" tendencies, and the biblical story makes an allegory of it.

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No as I do not believe in faiytales.

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nope... and its just sexist to blame the woman..

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If the whole adam and eve story is true...we all are brothers and sisters and thats just gross. So i like to go with evolution and not feel that i've indulged in ******. <br />
BUT, if i did believe in it then yes i would blame eve for the sufferings of human kind. God gave one order to not eat from the damned tree and she just had to do that!!

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No the bible is nothing more that a comic book of its time !

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No, but then I don't believe in the Tooth Fairy either ... so no point asking me.

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No and....LMFAO no

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No and No.<br />
I believe in logic and common sense. Not in a story that was written thousands of years ago by misogynistic morons.

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No. We can't place blame on a single person for the entire human race. Thats just harsh

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Why not? They're both long dead...what can it hurt?

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