I don't think that type of question toward the original poster is fair.
To begin with, the story of Adam and Eve as written by the Jews, my people, and as currently understood by us, is not, nor has it ever been understood or meant to be taken as historical. It was designed for a more primitive mindset using techniques we don't use today.
In a way, therefore, the question is very valid as this type of writing genre is very ancient and foreign. It does come from primitive minds, but that doesn't mean it is simple. It is quite complex. It is like a "fantasy" story in that it is teaching cultural truths using Hebrew folklore. So the question is not too far off base.
Jews are not called the Nation of Abraham. We are called the Nation of Israel. Why? Because Jacob, who was renamed Israel, was a man who experienced real intimacy with God only by asking the tough questions and wrestling with the real issues. To have a connection with God, questioning God, even wrestling with God like Israel did, is what it means to be very intimate with God. At least that is what it means to be in a covenant relationship with God to Jews.
If you don't questions, if you don't wrestle with God, if you don't say, "No, I will not let you go until you bless me and do what I ask of you," then all your lack of sitting there and just accepting stuff makes your religion static. Static religion is more ineffective than lack of religion. It's like worshiping idols. It's like saying: "Faith moves mountains." You pray, and then you sit and wait for God to do things for you. Jews are different. A Jewish proverb says: "Pray as if everything depends on God, but act as if everything depends on you."
At least someone has the courage to ask questions. No one has a real intimate relationship with someone they don't ask real nitty gritty questions of. So if you're not asking questions like this poster did, you're the one who's never experienced any real intimacy with God.