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did they both eat the apple or one
monaroyalty monaroyalty 26-30, F 22 Answers Jan 4, 2013 in Community

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It's a fairy tale ... don't worry about it.<br />
*Garden of Eden*

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Its evolutions fault we evolved these pesky prefrontal cortexes

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You are a great person

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God, he made a faulty product.

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They're both guilty for listening to the enemy within due to their idiocy and naivety, betrayed God and disobeyed his commandments causing havoc upon all mankind.

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In Islam: Both <br />
In Christianity: Eve

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The story of Adam and Eve is a parable, a teaching story, a fiction, not a history.

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Eve ate FIRST, so it's all HER FAULT!

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YEAH she should die!

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she isn't alive to die

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Actually, Eve NEVER EXISTED.

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Still there!

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Adam. Snake new the only way he could get to Adam what through Eve. It took a lot of devious lies for Eve to eat the apple. All Eve had to say to Adam was here taste of this fruit and Adam did.<br />
If tables was turned woman would not ate from the fruit. It took both of them to eat of the fobidden fruit

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Do you mean the garden of Eden?

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yes sorry

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fault can be pretty well shared with the world , yes we would have done the same thing

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Adam and Steve had no knowledge of good and evil, they didnt know right from wrong so we cant blame them. They were made fully grown but they had no life experience.<br />
If I put a shot gun in reaching distance of my kids its because im a bad parent.

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It was that Jerk that talked Eve into putting it into her mouth.

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Adam, the bible teaches in Romans 5:12 sin enter the world through Adam. The bible also teaches us in (1 Timothy 2:14) 14 Also, Adam was not deceived, but the woman was thoroughly deceived and became a transgressor. <br />
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(Genesis 2:17) 17 But as for the tree of the knowledge of good and bad, you must not eat from it, for in the day you eat from it you will certainly die.”

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