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What Was So Wrong About the Original Sin?

        

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Ft. Rabbi Chaim Mentz

The way I understand original sin is that it was not a literal act, but the story is rather a representation of our nature: sin is in? our nature. If you take the story literally, eating of the tree of knowledge of good and evil was not sinful, precisely because the knowledge of good and evil, right and wrong, was not present. They were naked, but they were not ashamed. "Who told you you were naked?" Only with the knowledge of good and evil can sin begin. Without this knowledge, no act is sinful.

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