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Fear of death, the regeneration of life, and the choice between good and evil are universal themes
for humanity. This book challenges Christian dogma surrounding these themes. It argues that the
concept of ‘a fall’ is an invention based on an incorrect interpretation of what drove the behaviour
of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
The evidence demonstrating life after death does not necessarily depend on faith alone. We observe
the afterlife within the laboratory of life that nature has provided. The proof of death and
resurrection is right before our eyes – every species holds a unique blueprint enabling perpetual
regeneration. ‘The seed within itself’ has always held the key to everlasting life (Genesis 1:11, 12).
Most biblical scholars continue to teach that humanity is subject to intrinsic sin due to a ‘fall’. This
book demonstrates that Eve’s transgression was a life-affirming choice which moved humanity from
a state of innocence to acknowledge good and evil and understand the concept of choice. That most
of us choose good over evil validates Eve’s original decision.
We are shown how man-made laws and the earthly trappings of the established churches are
constructs aimed at entrenching the authority and power of church hierarchies. These constructs
have come to diminish the power of the gospel and obscure the beautiful simplicity of Jesus’
teaching that ‘Christ is within all’ whether a believer, unbeliever, agnostic, or atheist.
Where there is neither Greek nor Jew, circumcision nor uncircumcision, Barbarian, Scythian,
bond nor free: but Christ is all, and in all (Colossians 3:11).
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