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Corruption: The Fall Genesis 3 1. Why did Adam and Eve sin? 2. What were the consequences of their sin? 3. Does the sin of Adam affect the whole human race?
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1. Why did Adam and Eve sin/rebel? The serpent undermined trust in God’s goodness. Unbelief is at the root of disobedience. Adam and Eve were tempted to be autonomous, determining “good and evil” for themselves. They became “gods” to themselves.
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2. What were the consequences of their sin/rebellion? A corruption of relationships: To one another To God To the physical world To themselves
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Did Adam and Eve die? Hebrew understanding of life: wholeness of life in these four basic relationships (to God, to others, to ourselves, to our environment) Hebrew understanding of death: disruption and dissolution in these relationships. Physical death being the ultimate dissolution of life.
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the Garden? So they could not eat from the tree of life.
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