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About evewasaheroine

Author of two works of non-fiction. Eden: The Buried Treasure is a new interpretation of the beautiful Genesis creation story of Adam and Eve made from the unorthodox standpoint of a Unitarian. This shows how the pre-biblical story of the first man in the garden paradise had nothing to do with the origin of sin.
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  2. According to orthodox interpretation of the beautiful Eden creation story of Adam and Eve, their tasting of a forbidden fruit brought sin into the innocent world. But this is an interpretation of pre-biblical material in literal terms -despite the speaking serpent. Almost all the components of the Eden myth were written on tablets of stone centuries before the Old Testament was set in final written form, and at those origins the story had something far more inspirational to preserve than the origin of sin. In the pre-biblical polytheist world of Mesopotamia the story of the first man in the garden paradise had nothing to do with original sin. Moreover, the story of the naked couple recorded an event in the human story of inspirational value to all human beings even today.
    Buried in the garden is a priceless treasure of truth that is not contradicted by Darwin’s theory of evolution.

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