The Eden Paradox

True or false? If you do not have a knowledge of what is moral and immoral you cannot be either, you are amoral, nonpossessing of morals. It is quite simply a statement of noncontradiction; if you do not have morals you do not have morals–cannot be moral or immoral. The rational answer is that it’s true.

Now, it is widely known that the bible declares that God told Adam and Eve not to eat of the tree of knowledge but they then defied God’s command and ate the fruit which gives them knowledge of good and evil.

So answer this; How could the act of eating the fruit be immoral if they could not have gained morals until after eating it? And further more; How could it possibly be just to punish an amoral act?

Just think about it.


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