6 years ago
The Original Sin in Quran and the Holy Book (Part Four)
According to the Bible, it was the serpent that tempted Eve, Right?
Now if this is true, is it logically accepted that God beautified the Garden with a snake? the Holy Book describes the serpent as the most cunning animal. The question that poses itself is it true that the snake is the most cunning animal? One more important question why did God have to beautify the Paradise with a serpent?
Also these questions need to be answered:
Where was Adam when the serpent talked to the Eve?
What language did the serpent talk?
Did Eve know the language of the serpent?
All these Questions and others have no answers in the Holy Book; such irrationalities prove that the Holy Book was tampered with peoples' heritage. However there are some hints in the bible that tell us that the first sin committed on the earth was by the Satan, who refused to prostrate itself to Adam when God ordered it to do that. The same story is told in Quran, God says what means in Quran:
So according to these verses, it was the enmity and the rancor towards Adam that made the Satan whisper to them.
Please note that both Adam and Eve disobeyed God, not Eve alone as the Holy Book claimed. However both of them were forgiven the moment they asked God to forgive them.There are no irrationalities or absurdities in the story of Adam and Eve in the Holy Quran.There is not any mention of a serpent that whispered to Adam, once more how can humans listen to the advice of less grade animal?
The Satan is the main enemy of man
The Holy Quran says:
The Quranic accounts shows that God warned Adam and Eve not to eat from a certain tree but the Satan deceived them by saying that eating from the tree would give them certain abilities. The Bible tells us that God warned them not to eat from the tree of knowledge of evil and good as if God wanted them to remain unaware of what was good and what was bad.
Please note that the Quran tells us that Adam was given certain knowledge and for that knowledge God ordered the angels to bow down to Adam. However the Holy Book tells us that God didn't want both Adam and Even to know what is good and what is wrong. I want to ask a question: If God didn't want Adam to differentiate between what is good and what is bad why then he would punish people and what is benefit of the Day of Judgment..
The Holy Quran tells says what means: