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  1. Jackson says:

    Wow, these are so funny!

  2. Renee says:

    Excellent!

  3. Vivier says:

    You do realize it was a metaphorical death symbolising the death of their souls from god’s grace.

  4. yelinna says:

    yeah, it was his/her first time! Come on! Understand poor God, humans!
    (parenting wasn’t included in his/her all-knowledge, was it?)

  5. ozipop says:

    Why did they not know their mother’s love??? tragic

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  7. James Anderson says:

    HEY KIDS! CHECK THIS OUT! ITS SO COOOOL AND MAGICAL!
    BUT DONT EAT IT. EVER. EVER EVER EVER EVER EVER

    Oh ya what kid would possibly be tempted by that?

  8. fenchurch says:

    LOL the xians get to explain away parts of the bible that are confusing, distasteful, unscientific, unrealistic, or inconsistent as “metaphorical” and “symbolic”, but insist upon concrete and literal death-puttings, discrimination, and punishments.

    If the “death” that god was threatening metaphorical, why was the punishment (childbirth pain and agriculture) for the “fall” actual?
    Why do women not experience “symbolic” childbirth pain?
    And does this make Farmville the punishment for men?

  9. juan says:

    here’s a question that been bugging me. if adam and eve did not yet know good from evil, since they have not eaten from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, then how were they supposed to know that disobeying god is evil? hmmm..

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