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Tree of Knowledge, Sin of

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What exactly was the first sin? What was the Tree of Knowledge of good and evil? Is this kind of knowledge a bad thing such that it had to be forbidden, and was only acquired through sin? Isn’t knowing the difference between good and evil essential to bei...
Question: Someone has recently told me that the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge eaten by Adam and Eve was not an apple. Is this correct? Answer: The Talmud Talmud, Berachot 40a. cites three opinions: Rabbi Meir says that the Tree of Knowledge was a grapevi...
Question: I'm studying to teach my children about the bible and creation but I can't seem to get past Genesis 2! In Genesis 2 it says that Adam and Eve were both originally naked, "but they were not ashamed." After they ate of the Tree of Knowledge, we ar...
Was Adam and Eve's sin part of "the plan"?
The sooner we realize it’s all a mind game, the sooner we will be able to win the game.
On the Identity of the Tree of Knowlege
Apples have gotten a bad rap, especially in religious art, for their depiction as the forbidden fruit.
Though he had no internal drive to deviate from G‑d’s command, there was an external evil influence, the serpent, that ensnared Adam and caused him to sin.
The sin of the Tree of Knowledge is one of the most perplexing episodes in the Torah. Insight into the story sheds light on woman's unique qualities and role in the process of redemption
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