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The Garden of Eden the story of the beginning of time There are many different forms and interpretations of the tale Many cultures have there own understanding of what happened which are all quite intriguing All of the contexts agree on the basic points of the story but differ on minor aspects The stories meaning holds much more imminence than one would ponder In the beginning god the originator of all creation created among many of his creations man We know this man as Adam gods first human creation God giving Adam the knowledge and names of the beasts which dwelled on earth God allowed Adam to dwell in the garden and eat from anything in it but that of the tree of knowledge and understanding of good and evil This tree was not to be approached by Adam From Judaism you can draw a historical connections between the other great monotheistic religions Each monotheistic religion such as Christianity takes Abraham as the fatherhood of all prophets as well as Islam and Judaism This goes on throughout religious historical understanding with other prophets and or men of god that complete this connection There is many interpretations of who approached the tree and ate of its bearing first The point is how do all religions tie in together How do we place Abraham in this understanding In all religions Abraham is the father of all prophets thus giving the connection to all other religions Adam being the first creation leads us to believe that he might be the closest to god In the time of the Hebrews the mid-eastern societies beliefs were not as developed as Hebrews Hebrews already had the understanding the there was one god and he was apart from nature Hebrews were more god conscious In our understanding we know of god as the all seeing all hearing and all knowing We think of god as the unseen Adam however any deed or
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