Analysis Of Adam And Eve

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In Genesis 2, God creates Ha-Adam with the breath of life, and placed the human like man in the Garden of Eve to be the caretaker. While in the garden, God gives Ha-Adam a command that he may eat from all the trees, expect one, the Tree of Knowledge and if he were to eat it he would die. God then splits Ha-Adam into two, a man and a woman. While the man and women are in the garden a serpent appeared and began to ask the women if God really said they could not eat of any tree, which she replied, they may not eat or touch in the middle on the garden, referring to the Tree of Knowledge. In Genesis 3, the woman takes the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge, in which her and Adam eat the fruit. God gives Adam a chance to admit what he had done, in…show more content…
As the story shows, Adam and Eve while in the Garden had everything they would ever need. When Eve let the serpent talk her out of listening to God, we see the punishment sequence take place. They both were banished from the Garden, in which Adam had to work on cursed land, where it would be hard to grow food and take care of the family. Eve was punished my having the pains of child birth and the role of the mother. The punishments that God gives both Adam and Eve are equal and because they did not obey God’s command they would have to suffer outside of the Garden and therefore have a harder life. This part of the story explains why it is important to do the right thing, so in the end things do not get harder for…show more content…
While in the Garden the serpent says to Eve, “… but God knows that as soon as you eat of it your eyes will be open and you will be like divine beings who know of good and bad” (Genesis 3.13 Line 5). The serpent makes an appealing temptation to Eve, saying that they can have what God has, and can be like God. This temptation caused Eve to eat the fruit and also gives it to Adam. The serpent was not lying when explaining this to the woman but put the thought into her head. Being God like, and having the knowledge of good and bad could be an appealing thing to have, so Eve ate the fruit disobeying
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