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All of us were ultimately in Adam when he sinned. So, although we often blame Adam, the life we have was in Adam when he sinned, and the sin nature we received was because we were in Adam when he sinned. We share in the blame and the sin, as well as the punishment.
Do parents need to teach their children how to be selfish and sinful, or is sin part of their very nature that is exhibited at an early age? As the father of two wonderful blessings from the Lord, I can say with full confidence that they did not need to be taught how to be selfish and rebellious. Their sinful flesh is a part of them.
As the leader it was Adam’s responsibility to protect and provide for his family. This leadership role was clearly demonstrated when God talked with Adam and Eve following their sin. Even though Eve sinned before Adam, God questioned Adam first (Genesis 3:9).
Belief in evolution does more than just undermine the foundation for the doctrine of salvation found in Genesis. It also distorts our eschatological hope.
Genesis 3 states that Eve ate the fruit first, but Romans 5 states that Adam caused sin to enter the world. Dr. Georgia Purdom, AiG–U.S. examines these Scriptures.
How is original sin passed in order for Christ to remain sinless?
Genesis 3 is one of the most important chapters in the Bible.
Why didn’t Adam and Eve die the moment they ate the fruit as Genesis 2:17 implies?
The BBC website recently ran an article entitled 'Problems with Original Sin'. This article forms part of a 'magazine' section of the site, on the subject of 'Religion & Ethics'.
Steve Chalke may not be so well known outside the UK, but he is a well-known British evangelical personality who appears regularly on the TV.
As I returned to my room after visiting the nursing home, my youngest brother Stephen gave me an audio tape of one of Robert's sermons, entitled "The Experience Trap—Healing,"
When Charles Darwin wrote his famous book On the Origin of Species, he was in essence writing a history concerning death. God's Word presents a different view.