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I don't agree that this statement (that committing sin is contrary to human nature) is the basis of natural law. Natural law is a consequence of the way God constructed humans and the rest of the universe. It's what makes it wrong, for example, to kill someone; and we call it natural because everyone knows it, even if God hasn't directly revealed it to them. ...


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I would suggest three logical possibilities exist. 1) It was never said. 2) If it was said it was mis-translated. 3) It was said and it means as stated. Under the 3rd assumption the most logical interpretation would be that once you have eaten from the tree you would question to which side the imposer of the rule belonged. Most likely 1. All other answer ...



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