Comments on Original Sin and Original Death: Romans 5:12-19

This 4100 word essay comments on Thomas Schreiner's article of the same name in the (2014) compilation Adam, the Fall and Original Sin: Theological, Biblical and Scientific Perspectives (edited by Hans Madueme and Michael Reeves, Baker Academic, Grand Rapids, Michigan). It is an exercise in postmodern scholasticism. Related works include The First Singularity and its Fairy Tale Trace. More

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About the Series: Crystallizations of the Fall
These essays set ideas from the masterwork, An Archaeology of the Fall, as gems in an alternate metal. These crystallizations encourage the wary reader to gaze upon a work that opens like a lockbox of riches. The First Singularity and its Fairy Tale Trace lays out the central hypothesis, simply and boldly. Comments on Original Sin and Original Death, Romans 5:12-19, skewers the hypothesis right onto the pen of Paul. Theologians may laugh, but hey, how many scientific hypothesis have caused a re-imagining of the Bible? And this one is a dazzling. If the First Singularity points to the stories of Adam and Eve, and visa versa, then the scholar has brought out of his treasure something old and something new. Behold! Evolution comes with a twist.

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