It becomes clear now that the whole justification of Jesus’ life and death is predicated on the existence of Adam and the forbidden fruit he and Eve ate.  Without the original sin, who needs to be redeemed? Without Adam’s fall into a life of constant sin terminated by death, what purpose is there to Christianity? None.

Bozarth, G. Richard, The Meaning of Evolution, American Atheist, Sept. 20, 1979, p. 30.

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