Bible Banter 006. Loss of Innocence | The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil #2

Ryan and Steph continue their exploration of The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. It seems that Adam and Eve were in their moral infancy, not yet having the knowledge of good and evil. After seizing the knowledge prematurely, they lost their innocence and became filled with shame. Is this story a metaphor for the human experience? There comes a moment for each of us when our eyes are opened to the knowledge of good and evil, and this knowledge usually brings much shame and dysfunction.



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