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Thinking about the problem of evil and sin, have you ever asked any of these questions?
- Why is there evil?
- Why does sin continue to plague humans, even after a faith experience?
- Why Did God/YHVH require blood to atone for sin?
- Why did Satan tempt Eve?
- What would he truly get out of it?
- If God/YHVH is all powerful, why did He require Jesus/Y’shua to die on the cross? Why didn’t He just fix it?
For these and countless other questions, one must return to Eden and the events of Genesis 3, to consider the possibility that the Hebrew text therein suggests such incredible things, that one must set aside doctrinal theories and theological systems to understand the literal blood struggle between the Holy Creator God/YHVH and the being of chaos/disorder/darkness known as Satan. This event in Eden appears to be the foundational element in understanding the plan of God/YHVH throughout time, as shown in the Scriptures.
Further, in the Hebrew of the Eden account, we see that the central issues revolve around two pairs of ideas: blood and seed, nakedness and covering. These are ancient Semitic symbols for the concepts of life/lineage, and honor/shame. Thus, the results of the Edenic events speak to how man relates soteriologically to the Creator, and then in relationship to his spouse,his children, his neighbors, and even himself.
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