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Anyone who uses this to say only Adam sinned is taking the verse out of context. God first addresses Adam: "Then the LORD God called to the man..." vv.9-11 "Then the LORD God said to the woman..." v.13 the "you" in v.13 should also be singular, and feminine because the LORD is now speaking to the woman. Finally, "Then the LORD God said to the serpent..." v.14, and the "you" here should also be singular, since He is addressing the serpent. From v.14-19, GOD deals out their individual punishments, for they ALL sinned. Regarding one person's reference to 1 Timothy 2:14, I would like to clarify, that Eve's deception lead to her sin, but Genesis 3 makes clear that Adam sinned as well, the difference is that he was not deceived, but chose to listen to his wife over the voice of GOD from Genesis 2:16-, v.17 (Another passage that indicates Adam sinned is Roman's 5:12-14, which tells us that we all sin) Continue reading the passage in your native language Malayalam bible, is not "you" in v.13 also singular? And in v.14? God speaks to the three sinners here one at a time through v.19. All "you"'s should be singular, referring to one of three individuals depending on who God is speaking to.

Anyone who uses this to say only Adam sinned is taking the verse out of context. God first addresses Adam: "Then the LORD God called to the man..." vv.9-11 "Then the LORD God said to the woman..." v.13 the "you" in v.13 should also be singular, and feminine because the LORD is now speaking to the woman. Finally, "Then the LORD God said to the serpent..." v.14, and the "you" here should also be singular, since He is addressing the serpent. From v.14-19, GOD deals out their individual punishments, for they ALL sinned. Regarding one person's reference to 1 Timothy 2:14, I would like to clarify, that Eve's deception lead to her sin, but Genesis 3 makes clear that Adam sinned as well, the difference is that he was not deceived, but chose to listen to his wife over the voice of GOD from Genesis 2:16-17 (Another passage that indicates Adam sinned is Roman's 5:12-14, which tells us that we all sin)

Anyone who uses this to say only Adam sinned is taking the verse out of context. God first addresses Adam: "Then the LORD God called to the man..." vv.9-11 "Then the LORD God said to the woman..." v.13 the "you" in v.13 should also be singular, and feminine because the LORD is now speaking to the woman. Finally, "Then the LORD God said to the serpent..." v.14, and the "you" here should also be singular, since He is addressing the serpent. From v.14-19, GOD deals out their individual punishments, for they ALL sinned. Regarding one person's reference to 1 Timothy 2:14, I would like to clarify, that Eve's deception lead to her sin, but Genesis 3 makes clear that Adam sinned as well, the difference is that he was not deceived, but chose to listen to his wife over the voice of GOD, v.17 (Another passage that indicates Adam sinned is Roman's 5:12-14, which tells us that we all sin) Continue reading the passage in your native language Malayalam bible, is not "you" in v.13 also singular? And in v.14? God speaks to the three sinners here one at a time through v.19. All "you"'s should be singular, referring to one of three individuals depending on who God is speaking to.

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Anyone who uses this to say only Adam sinned is taking the verse out of context. God first addresses Adam: "Then the LORD God called to the man..." vv.9-11 "Then the LORD God said to the woman..." v.13 the "you" in v.13 should also be singular, and feminine because the LORD is now speaking to the woman. Finally, "Then the LORD God said to the serpent..." v.14, and the "you" here should also be singular, since He is addressing the serpent. From v.14-19, GOD deals out their individual punishments, for they ALL sinned. Regarding one person's reference to 1 Timothy 2:14, I would like to clarify, that Eve's deception lead to her sin, but Genesis 3 makes clear that Adam sinned as well, the difference is that he was not deceived, but chose to listen to his wife over the voice of GOD from Genesis 2:16-17 (Another passage that indicates Adam sinned is Roman's 5:12-14, which tells us that we all sin)