The most controversial book you will ever read!
The Sin Paradox; the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent—
A case not about their guilt or innocence, but whether the evidence points to the actual crime they committed.
Could the sin of Adam and Eve be the beginning of a chain of events linking the golden calf, Passover, the dispersions, death, murder, debt, wars, abortion, even the last days of Jesus in a common Biblical pattern?
The question now becomes, could our modern society be committing the same sin as Adam and Eve and face our own judgment?
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What happened in the Garden of Eden?
What did Adam and Eve do?
* A Paradox
So, what is a paradox?
A paradox can be explained as a statement, opinion, or tenant that on its surface may appear contradictory or opposed to common sense and yet when researched further may prove to be true.
* The Accused
Adam, Eve, and the Serpent-Satan
The actions of Adam, Eve, and the Serpent brought on themselves and all of creation the righteous judgment of God. What could two people who have nothing, not even clothing do to directly affect all of humanity, human history, even all of creation itself? Find out, read, "The Sin Paradox, the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent".
* A Legal Challenge
You are the Jury
As with any criminal case, the defendants are presented, their means and motives are then revealed and detailed. This takes place in an effort to determine the truth of the guilt or innocence of the accused.
The same process is true in The Sin Paradox, the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent.
The difference is their guilt has been determined. Their punishments have been handed down. All that has been left to discover is what their actual crime was. They clearly broke the commands of God. The question remains, what was that very specific overt action? What did they actually do which disobeyed God? What was mankind’s first or Original Sin?
They ate the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, they learned good and evil, they ate the fruit. These are the typical easy answers but, they do not answer the question, what was that fruit?
What did they actually do?
Find out all the details, read;
The Sin Paradox,
the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent.
In The Sin Paradox, author D. B. Evans shares his revelatory answers to a number of important questions he asked to God—
Then late one night God answered with a single whispered word of knowledge
The Sin Paradox investigates the events in the Garden of Eden and shows how man’s sin, God’s righteous judgment and all of Scriptures are all linked with a single action. Learn how the events in Eden are the beginning of a specific pattern which weaves its way through all of Scriptures in a common thread of sin, judgment, sacrifice, and redemption.
Have you ever asked why God did something a certain way? Here are just some of the questions asked and answered.
What did Adam and Eve do?
What kind of fruit was it?
Why did Satan take the form of a serpent?
Why did Satan do it?
Why did Jesus have to die?
Why did He have to die the way He did?
Why did the last days of Jesus's life play out the way they did?
How does the sinful act of Adam and Eve permeate all of subsequent human existence and actions such as wars, debt, abortion, greed and all the other sins mankind experiences even to this day?
What does the Passover, the blood on the door and the Last supper have in common with what took place in Eden?
What if all these questions and many more, could be answered with a singlular event and action? All would be connected with a consistant Biblical thread. Is there a singlular action, beginning with Adam and Eve which links them all together in a clear progression through the books and history of the Bible?
Well, I asked God these very questions, then late one night the answer came in a whispered word to my mind, my soul.
The question now is, could our modern society be committing the same sin as Adam and Eve did in the Garden of Eden?
What Others have Said
Comments from theologians, professional editors, and others who have read
"The Sin Paradox, the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent".
A New Theory
Every theologian and his uncle has a theory about what really happened in the Garden of Eden. What, exactly, did our first ancestors do that messed things up so badly for the rest of us? There are scores of theories, ranging from the literal to the metaphorical and every place in between. Most of the theories seem pretty plausible. That’s the genius of the story; it lends itself to an almost infinite variety of interpretations. The latest one is laid out in The Sin Paradox, by D.B. Evans. While working on another, unrelated theological thesis, he heard the whisper of a single word, which, he believes, gave him the answer to perhaps the oldest and most important question in the annals of human history: What, exactly, was the sin committed in the Garden of Eden?
The Bible is Literally True
A Lot to Like
There’s a lot to like about this book. Bible interpretation is tricky business. As the author himself says, “It is said, and I agree with the point, the Bible is to be considered literally true. The problem arises when the words used are taken too literally or rather hyper-literally.” The author does not make that mistake. In fact, it is the perfect balance he strikes between the literal and the figurative that allows him to craft an interpretation of what happened in the Garden that is free of any of the usual contrivances, ambiguities, and evasions that characterize most other interpretations.
I was also impressed by the sheer volume of corroborating evidence the author presented for his thesis.
Precise and Bold Answers
Everyone knows about the story of Adam and Eve, and almost everyone, at one time or another, has wondered about that first sin. What exactly was it? Why did it demand such a harsh penalty? Was it literal or figurative? Or both? Evans’s book provides precise, bold answers to these questions. This book will have a special appeal to biblical scholars, as Evans relies heavily on the meanings of the original Hebrew words.
A Whispered Word Changed Everything
People will be talking
But whether it offends or excites or stuns, one thing is for sure: it will get people talking. Evans has done the near-impossible; he has put an entirely new spin on an old story that most of us thought had either already been figured out or was beyond figuring out. That one word whispered in his ear has changed everything.
Reems of Supporting Evidence
A fascinating book
This is a fascinating book in which the author lays out his theory what man's first sin was.
He backs it up with reams of supporting evidence. The end consists of some closing thoughts in which he observes that the first sin, continues on today. He says that this "will soon reach an apex and we will be driven from the land as has always been the case
New and Unglossed Understanding
Relevant to today
The author lays out a theory to try and explain what the original sin was that Adam and Eve committed. This topic is glossed over in most sermons and teachings as there is not much written about what happened in the bible. It is probably one of the two most significant events to affect mankind. As the author states in the book, keep an open mind, read the bible verses for yourself and pray about it before you make up your mind as to the conclusions. In today's political climate, it becomes more relevant every day.
Very informative. Made me realize how much original sin is referenced in bible.
This was well researched and very well written. An interesting new perspective on an ancient ideal. Great read. I highly recommend
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The Sin Paradox; Amicus Brief
A number of questions, objections and challenges have come up in response to the original book, “The Sin Paradox; the case against Adam, Eve, and the Serpent”. This sequel book looks to address and clarify those and other aspects of the original case, including new information and some very solid evidence. I will also address other theories I have found and detail their short comings.