He convinces Eve to eat of the Tree of Knowledge and she convinces Adam to eat from the tree also. With a display of justice and mercy God send the Son to give out the punishments. The serpent whose body Satan took is condemned to never walk upright again. Adam and Eve will suffer pain and death. Eve and all women will have to suffer pain during childbirth and must submit to their husbands.
In the story of creation, the serpent has the same idea in mind for Adam and Eve. The serpent knows that if man sins against God, he is unable to enter heaven and therefore must face the alternative, a life of eternal suffering in hell. In eating the forbidden fruit, the parents are cursing their child, humanity, to a life apart from God. But, just as with Adam and Eve, the parents must also endure earthly hardships, characterized by childbirth. In Genesis 3:17, Eve is cursed to bear children through intense pain; consequently, Rapunzel was born.
In the book of Genesis, God made it clear to Adam may eat from any tree in the garden except "the tree of knowledge of good and evil”. Touching or eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge brings death to all. The humans who reside in the house
As I was standing pondering on this question the serpent popped his head out of the tree. He said to me, "Did God say, 'You shall not eat from any tree in the garden'?" I said to the serpent, "We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden; but God said, 'You shall not eat of the fruit of the tree that is in the middle of the garden, nor shall you touch it, or you shall die.'" But the serpent said to me, " You will not die; for God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil." (Genesis 3:1-5) I thought about this issue for a moment while I examined the fruit closely with my eyes being careful not to touch it.
A serpent tempted and persuaded Eve through lust to eat from the tree, which she shared with Adam. Once they had eaten, the bond was broken from God and sin tainted their blood. They were banished from the Garden, and sent out into the world. Eve eventually gave birth to Cain, and then Abel after. Cain brought fruit from his soil, and Cain brought animals from his flock as an offering to God.
It is in her carelessness and voluptuous posture that you can see that we share our sexuality with the gods, at least where Greek art is concerned. The cloth is hugging onto her form essentially teasing the viewer was not unintentional. (4) As it is believed in her left hand she held an apple it is her right hand that would have been pulling for the fabric in a lame attempt to cover herself. (See Fig. 2) Returning to the myth of the Judgement of Paris, which represents one of the many contradictions with Venus
As Eve pulled the fruit from the tree, she offered Adam some; he knew it was wrong because God had warned him of the consequences. For their disobedience to God after he explicitly told Adam to reframe from eating from the Tree, they experience spiritual and physical death. Then God expelled them from the Garden. For placing their sins above God they entered the world with this sin upon their shoulders. The luxurious life was no longer accessible to Adam and Eve, now they will experience the suffrage like animals were now dangerous and carnivorous, women will experience pain during childbirth and thorns and weeds will strangle your harvest making planting difficult and man will have to work to eat.
The Garden of Eden had all the fruit and vegetables they would want and/or need to live. All they had to do was tend to the garden, and have dominion over it and the animals that lived there. Now, in the garden, there was one specific tree that God instructed them to not eat from. The tree was the tree of “the Knowledge of Good and Evil.” God commanded them not to eat from that tree because they would die. In Genesis 3 the Bible says, the devil appeared as a serpent in the Garden, and began to tempt Eve to go against God’s rule (Genesis 3:1).
Adam was the keeper of the Garden of Eden. He tended to the garden and was given instructions by God that all the trees were good for food except the two that were in the center of the garden. Those two trees were the tree of the knowledge of good and evil and the tree of life (The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, 2003). While in the Garden of Eden, Adam was tending to the garden and a serpent (Devil) came to tempt Adam and Eve. Remember, Satan has been thrown from Heaven and now he is in the Garden of Eden trying to separate Adam and Eve from God.
Adam and Eve trust the serpent more than they trust God. Their act of sinning is accomplished by eating the fruit from the forbidden tree in Eden, " The woman you put here with me, gave me some fruit from the tree, and I ate it" (Genesis 3:12). Adam and Eve disobey God and instead they obey the serpent. c.) The most immediate consequence Adam and Eve face is their introduction to the notion of shame and embarrassment (Genesis 3:10). Adam and Eve now cover their bodies because they have the wisdom to feel ashamed.