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== Questions ==
 
== Questions ==
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* Verse 22: Was there death on this earth prior to Adam partaking of the fruit (before answering see Bible dictionary entry for the fall)?
 
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* If there was no death previously, how does this fit into popular views of theological evolution, evolution or other controversial issues? Can current views of science be reconciled with the creation account, or is this simply a matter of faith?
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* Is the death referred to in verse 22, a spritual or physical death? Or both?
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* If the account in symbolic, what is the tree? Is it the atonement? A previous atonement (assuming Adam could have come from another Earth)?
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* How do we find our way to our own "tree?" Can we partake (of the atonement) and live forever after we overcome our sins?
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* Did Adam feel guilt for this transgression (See 2 Nephi 2)? What is the role of guilt?
  
 
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Questions

  • Verse 22: Was there death on this earth prior to Adam partaking of the fruit (before answering see Bible dictionary entry for the fall)?
  • If there was no death previously, how does this fit into popular views of theological evolution, evolution or other controversial issues? Can current views of science be reconciled with the creation account, or is this simply a matter of faith?
  • Is the death referred to in verse 22, a spritual or physical death? Or both?
  • If the account in symbolic, what is the tree? Is it the atonement? A previous atonement (assuming Adam could have come from another Earth)?
  • How do we find our way to our own "tree?" Can we partake (of the atonement) and live forever after we overcome our sins?
  • Did Adam feel guilt for this transgression (See 2 Nephi 2)? What is the role of guilt?

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