The question arises, if God took the consequence and paid the price, whyHe punished Adam and Eve then and why He sent them on Earth.Furthermore, we are told that God doer of all things and He has powerover all things, couldn’t He just forgive His children for the mistake theymake unintentionally. Our Christian brethren also boast that God is soloving, so caring and so forgiving. Yes He is, He is so forgiving that He wasprepared to sacrifice ‘His own innocent son’ (as Christians say), but Hewas not prepared to forgive our parents who admitted their mistake andasked for forgiveness. Seems like Jesus was not sent to Earth because of the sin of Adam and Eve but God had them sin to kill ‘His son’ or may beGod was helpless in that situation as Mr. Ginger says that
“God cannotundo Universal law”.
CAN GOD UNDO UNIVERSAL LAW ??
1.When Moses escaped from Egypt with his people and came to theriver, God helped Moses and commanded the water to give smooth drypath to Moses and Children of Israel and it did so. Moses and his peoplecrossed the river without even having their cloths wet. However, universallaw for water is to flow and to drown not to stand firm like mountains andgive crossways. So, God broke His law to help Moses.2.We remember the story of Jonah, that God commanded him to go toNenevah and he presumptuously went to Jopah. At sea there was a strikeand he was thrown in the sea and a fish gobbled Jonah. Now, when a fishgobbles man, he has to die; you must agree!! That is a Universal Law. Butwhen fish gobbled Jonah, God saved him, as we are told in the Book of Jonah (Bible). The fish took him round the ocean for three days and threenights (Book of Jonah) and vomited him
on the third day. Again Godwas very well able to undo His Universal Law to save his beloved Prophet,even after his rebellion and disobedience. Do you see any specialdifference between the disobedience of Adam and Jonah??????These were only a few examples from the Bible but there are many morestories where God broke His own laws as and when He wanted. If He canundo His laws for His Prophets (who are sons of Adam), then why not forAdam?? It was much simpler to forgive Adam instead of scarifying “Hisinnocent son”, except, He just wanted “His son” to be sacrificed. It is notthe quality of God to be on difficult spot as Mr. Ginger says.
THE STATEMENT OF PROOF THEY PRODUCE
To support their idea of original sin and Jesus’ sacrifice they quote fromtheir Holy Book: