Adam was Innocent

Those who believe in crucifixion and redemption think that it is based on justice and mercy. But if you think about it very carefully, you will find that it has nothing to do with just or mercy. It is rather very cruel and unjust. Here is the proof:1- God permits Adam (as) everything in heaven and says...

You are free to eat from any tree in the garden; but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat of it you will surely die.
(Genesis 2:15-17).

This means that Adam (as) did not know what is good and what is evil before eating from the forbidden tree. Is not it a must that commissioning should be to a wise man who knows the good and evil?How is he punished without being ready for commission? How was he commissioned before knowing the good and the evil? Does not this contradict justice and mercy on which the belief of crucifixion and redemption is based? Adam (as) did not know whether it is good or bad to eat from the tree...
You will not surely die,’ the serpent said to the woman.”
(Genesis 3:4).

And the LORD God said, "The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever.
(Genesis 3:22).

Thus the first basis of this belief is not true. Because commissioning someone who does not know the good and the evil is unjust and cruelAnother example is from “The Christian Philosophy of Forgiveness” by the Christian author Awad Sam’an p. 247. He defends the belief of crucifixion and redemption and he has an objection about the responsibility of children who do not know this belief saying: “As we know that those who do not know the difference between the good and evil are not responsible people. And since children do not know the difference between the good and evil, thus they are not responsible in front of God. Consequently, they are not guilty even if they commit any sins.”

So the person who cannot distinguish between the good and evil is not responsible for his sins.

Thus this Christian writer affirmed unintentionally that Adam (as) was not responsible for his deeds when he was commissioned. Therefore, the basis of the belief of crucifixion and redemption is nullified.

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