Paradise Lost Essay | Adam and Eve's Relationship to Each Other and God in Paradise Lost

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Adam and Eve's Relationship to Each Other and God in Paradise Lost

Summary: How are Adam and Eve expressions of God's divinity? What characteristics do they both possess that make them similar yet different? What is their relationship to each other and to all created things in general?
Most certainly all theologians and readers of the Bible interpret Genesis' story of the creation of Earth's first human couple, Adam and Eve, as one of comedy-turned-tragedy, being that their blissful lives were shattered when Satan tempted Eve with the promise of knowledge by eating the forbidden fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, the one tree in the garden that God designated as untouchable. However, Genesis does not fill-in the missing background information as to the reasons why man and woman came to be the first rational, mortal creations of God's divinity. Moreover, most believers in the Bible do not know the specific similarities and differences regarding the two humans' characteristics, and how their relationship impact each other as well as all other living creatures in the garden. These very comparisons and differentiations, upon careful reading, are made...

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