Does being under supernatural control exonerate Eve of any sin?
« on: January 31, 2014, 09:53:39 am »
Does being under supernatural control exonerate Eve of any sin?

Eve was unjustly punished because she was under supernatural control in a set of circumstances that God himself set up by putting Satan in Eden.

God put Satan in Eden to insure that Eve ate and gave him the power to deceive Eve. She could not resist God's power directed through Satan and thus Eve had no choice but to eat of the tree of knowledge. She, like the snake, were under supernatural control and thus innocent of any wrong-doing.

Eve fails the criteria of mens rea, Latin for evil intent, a fundamental requirement of secular and biblical law, and thus Eve was innocent of any wrong-doing.

No human judge in his right mind would have judged A & E the way God did as God set the conditions that insured that A & E also died from neglect and the locking away of the tree of life. That was murder.

Does being under supernatural control exonerate Eve of any sin?

Did Eve have a free will while under supernatural control?

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DL

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Rick Dawkins

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Re: Does being under supernatural control exonerate Eve of any sin?
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2014, 07:44:59 pm »
now its a classic example of free will, God told them  not to do something, they did it anyway

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Re: Does being under supernatural control exonerate Eve of any sin?
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2014, 08:19:13 pm »
now its a classic example of free will, God told them  not to do something, they did it anyway

Was the command worth following and A & E not, as God says, becoming as God's?

Should they have stayed in ignorant bliss and their eyes closed.

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DL