The debate "Who else thought god overreacted when eve ate the fruit Was fall of humanity really nesessary" was started by
March 7, 2015, 11:37 pm.
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nick_parrott posted 1 argument, Cody posted 1 argument, Raydiff3r posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
project_mayhem, bobbybill, danielle, frozen_emily, misfitcarrot and 8 visitors agree.
Cody, nick_parrott, Raydiff3r, zlatanera, wmd, ItsMateo and 5 visitors disagree.
I dont know whether we were created by a creator or not. Nobody does. I really doubt a personal deity exists based of lack of evidence, but I was referring to the fictional god presented in the bible; specifically the orgin story. My original point was my opinion on gods reaction to adam and eve disobeying. And your right he can do whatever he pleases. However if God views them eating the fruit as a mistake, then that mistake is his as he is responsible for them.
If you believe in a creator who created everything out of nothing, you can't blame the creator for anything at all. You and everything else are his creation after all, he can do whatever he pleases.
Blaming the creator and not the creation makes sense in many ways. If you create something and give it an option to be disobedient , you wouldn't blame your creation if it disobeyed. Especially if you put that option right in front of it. So saying god overreacted when she ate the fruit, would actually be an understatement.
Oh yeah that totally makes since. Blame mistakes on God?? He told them no, and they did it. That sounds like it's their mistake.
Eve eating the fruit was the original sin. Instead of starting over and admitting he made a mistake, God chooses a slightly different route. Well he makes all women to ever exist go through pain while giving birth, makes adam work for his food, take legs away from snakes, and damn all of humanity. Now every human that didn't have a personal relationship with him is now being tormented for all of eternity. "Well I told them not to eat that fruit" -God
guys, im not even religious and i know that the fruit was a metaphor for the acceptence of knowledge