He convinces humans that they do not need God. Satan being so maleficent, convinced Eve to fall into temptation and she took the fruit from the forbidden tree and ate it. Then Eve brought the fruit to Adam, and Adam also ate from it. At that very moment, sin entered the world and the future of all humanity
Satan sees this as a perfect opportunity to get his revenge towards God. The way God punished Satan seems like the most evident thing to do, but the way He punished Adam and Eve for eating from the tree can be questioned and seen as harsh and unfair, but it shouldn’t b... ... middle of paper ... ...ough they have fallen and now have to leave Paradise, that they can still have a great life. He tells Adam because of they tree they ate from he has all the knowledge he needs to make it in the world outside of Paradise. Michael says he does not need anything else. He also says to live a happy life they should live with faith, virtue, patience, temperance, love, charity, and obedience.
Eve did not know the serpent could be Satan incarnate, nor did she know that her desire to become a goddess would be a sin. The main reason Eve eats the apple is because she wants to become a Goddess. The serpent said that he was a beast and after eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil he became more human like. Eve was enticed by the words of the serpent who said that "If the fruit makes a serpent like a man, it should make men like gods." (Line 710: "That ye should be as Gods, since I as man, Internal Man, is but proportion meet; I, of brute, human; ye, of human, Gods.)
To put in simpler terms, Rousseau is trying to stress that people cannot do whatever they want or have whatever they want all the time, or else society would fall to chaos. When applied to Genesis this idea is best fit into the story of Adam and Eve, the story of Creation and Fall. According to the Hebrew creation story, God had warned the first two people on Earth to stay away from eating the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Eating from this tree, God insisted, would result in “death.” However, a sneaky serpent came to tempt Eve into eating the fruit from the tree and in turn, Eve’s tempting of Adam led him to eating the fruit as well. Consequently, Adam and Eve were punished by God for giving into their personal temptations.
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.
Eve was told not to go to the tree but she disobeyed God, She was curious about what the serpent told her and ate the apple with Adam. They were happy for a short time period and God made them suffered for what they have done. It was all Satan’s trap to destroy us where ever we are and make us weak in our spiritual growth, but we were lucky enough to have God and He always there for us. He also uses temptations to test our faith in Him and be developed to overcome them. All temptations give people a chance not to be suffered but to be better.
By saying this the snake is tempting Eve to go against God. Eve decides to ignore both the snake and God and eats apple from the tree with Adam. After they eat the apples and give into sin they “realized they were naked; so they sewed fig leaves together and made coverings for themselves” (Genesis 7:5). This shows that the simple act of eating an apple stripped Adam and Eve of their purity and lead them into a world of sin. When they took a bite the apple they were taking a bite of sin itself.
Imagine how life in the Garden of Eden is beautiful. Adam and Eve have the perfect life, of living luxuriously and eating all the fruit without the efforts of hard labor. However; the serpent had to come around and persuade Eve and manipulate her into eating a fruit from the tree of knowledge and good and evil. Yet, Eve may have taken the first bite, which no argument can be disagreed upon, but Adam, who was so in love with her and would forget himself around her is the reason why she took the bite, and why he was so willing to eat the forbidden fruit for her is the reason that made mankind fall. Biblical scholars, and teachings of Adam and eve, also betray Eve has the manipulator and seductress to man, and if Eve hadn’t eating the fruit, then man would have never sinned, and so many explanations start up and the blame game continues.
Everyone should have noble goals and aspire to become holy. However, when she ate the fruit from this forbidden tree nothing happened until Adam ate of the fruit. When Adam broke the law of God, sin entered the world. Instantly, sin separates people from God. God was looking for Adam and
When God asked Adam not to eat from the apple tree, it was Eve, with her feminine lure, who was able to convince Adam to disobey Gods rules and eat the apple. Yet when God came to punish Adam for disobeying the rules, Adam pointed to Eve and blamed her for luring him into the sin of eating the apple. Yet in reality it was the serpent, which was the devil, that lured them into eating the apple. But of course Adam, being male had to blame Eve, the female. Which is typical male behavior to blame the woman, my sister says.