I thought this deserved a thread of it`s own.
These questions are inspired by previous posts , feel free to take credit for bringing it up guys.
Adam and Eve were expelled from the garden of Eden before they had opportunity, or approval to eat from the tree of life , therefore as " perfect" ? human beings living in the garden of Eden and not partaking of the tree of life they would have eventually died.
So when they were expelled from the garden of Eden they were in a dying state .(is that perfection ? )
Jesus Christ died as a propitiatory sacrifice for Adam .
Jesus Christ is said to be a perfect man without sin .
The wages of sin is death , so the scripture states.
So Jesus Christ a perfect man without sin (and apparently would never die naturally ) is a propitiatory sacrifice for a dying man, never partaking of the tree of life, who sinned and was punished with death.
Am I missing something here ?
I know I`m not the brightest tool in the shed , and I would appreciate your thoughts /comments/viewpoints to throw some light on these thoughts
I look forward to your feedback