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Short and simple answer. Eve was deceived by implication Adam wasn't. He did it knowing it was sin. So knowing he was sinning he entered into sin and condemned all mankind. If you have two children who do something wrong but one of them knew better but the other was just tricked into it, who is usually punished or blamed by the parent for the disobedience?


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Please let Scripture interpret itself, and refer back to the original Greek and a KJV Lexicon. http://biblehub.com/lexicon/1_timothy/3-2.htm » [Titus 1: 6] (NASB) An elder must be blameless, faithful to his wife, a man whose children believe and are not open to the charge of being wild and disobedient » [Genesis 2: 23 - 24] (NASB) 23 - The man said, “This ...


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Before we compare the two verses, we should first determine the original message and context given when they were written. » [1 Timothy 2: 9-16] (NASB) 9 - Likewise, I want women to adorn themselves with proper clothing, modestly and discreetly, not with braided hair and gold or pearls or costly garments, 10 - but rather by means of good works, as is proper ...


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I think we must eliminate two of the four interpretations you've listed, given a few considerations. Considering what Christ taught on divorce in Matt 5:32, a man considered for bishop should be exemplary in that regard. Although, if a person divorced/remarried contrary to those teachings while as an unbeliever, it should not apply as they are a new creation ...


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The righteous Paul wrote of in 1 Tim 1:9 are those justified and transformed by the gospel of Christ. Some may be taken back by Paul's use of the word "righteous" because of Romans 3:10. But in light of Paul's other teachings in Romans, and how Christ's righteousness becomes the believer's by imputation, it's not difficult to understand a child of God who ...



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