Why Did God Create The Tree of Good and Evil if He Knew Adam and Eve Would Eat From it?
Why did God prevent Adam from eating from the Tree of Life after he had sinned? creation.com
“..This raises an interesting question. Why would God prevent Adam from eating from the Tree of Life after he had sinned? The Bible tells us that the last enemy to be destroyed is death (1 Corinthians 15:26). But if death is an enemy, wouldn’t it have been a good thing for Adam to live forever by eating from the Tree of Life?..
When Adam sinned, mankind became estranged from God and physical death entered the world. In this way, through one man, physical death entered the world (cf. Romans 5:12, 17), and through Adam, death now came to all men. If Adam had eaten from the Tree of Life after he sinned, he would have lived forever, but he would have lived in a state of eternal estrangement from God…
While death is tragic and an enemy to God’s perfect creation, this same curse of death, is also what allowed Christ to become incarnate as a man and to actually die on the cross as a ransom for His people. If Adam had eaten from the Tree of Life after he had sinned, all mankind would have lived forever, estranged from God; and Christ, our Kinsman-Redeemer, would not have been able to die on the cross in redemption. In other words, if God did not subject sinful humanity with a curse of death, sinful man would not have any chance of being reconciled back to God. If God did not prevent Adam from eating from the Tree of Life after he had sinned, a future redemption through the physical death of one of Adam’s descendants (Jesus Christ) would not have been possible…
What would have Happened if Adam & Eve had not Fallen ? – YouTube
Published on Aug 26, 2011
Had Adam and Eve reached perfection they would have borne good children and founded a sinless family and society with God’s blessings. They would then have founded the Kingdom of Heaven on earth and become the Original True Parents of mankind. Humanity would have realized the Ideal of creation on earth.
Then when we shed our physical bodies and pass into the spirit world , we would have formed the Kingdom of God in Heaven.
Why didn’t Adam and Eve immediately die for their sin (Genesis 3)? gotquestions.org
“..Interpreters typically answer this question in one of two ways. First, many note that Adam and Eve did die, though not immediately. The Hebrew phrase translated “in the day” in Genesis 2:17 is sometimes used to mean “for certain” (e.g., Exodus 10:28; 1 Kings 2:37, 42). So, Adam and Eve “certainly” died; it’s just that their death took place much later (Genesis 5:5). This view is also supported by Genesis 3:22, in which God determines to bar man from the tree of life to prevent him from living forever. Adam and Eve lost eternal life, were expelled from the Garden of Eden, and eventually experienced physical death.
*see Now You Know: Who was/is Jesus…to “you”? goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com
Adam And Eve Bible Story for Children – (Christian Bible … – YouTube