We all suffer because of Adam’s fall from grace, and its catastrophic effects on the human race.
The four most significant events in human history are:
- The creation of Adam and Eve (Gen. 1:26-27; 2:7, 20-22)
- The Fall – Adam’s first sin of eating the forbidden fruit, which initiated sin, death, and suffering
- The birth of Jesus, God the son, through the virgin birth
- The crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ to pay for the sins of all mankind and take away the sting of death
This page provides links to non-fiction articles about The Fall, and a preview of a Biblical historical fiction book about The Fall that is currently in production.
Preview of “THE FALL – How Paradise Was Lost”
Where did the world come from? What is the meaning of life? Why are we here? Why do bad things happen to good people? Why would a loving God allow death and suffering?
The answers to these questions, and many more, are all found in the first four chapters of the Bible.
“THE FALL – How Paradise was Lost“ will be a Biblical historical fiction book elaborating on what God told us in Genesis. This book tells the tale of Creation and The Fall in story form based on what God has told us in His Word.
The story of this book is built around the truths of Scripture. It seeks to fill in the blanks using imagination and information found throughout the Bible. It seeks to portray Bible truth in ways that will help you understand what happened at the dawn of Creation.
THE FALL Preview page includes the beginning of the first chapter as a sample, and provides an opportunity to keep reading.
Why Did Adam Sin?
This is a theological article that examines why Adam disobeyed God and ate the forbidden fruit.
The First Fall – Satan’s Story
This is the 4th chapter from THE FALL – How Paradise was lost. The 4th chapter of “THE FALL“ describes creation through the eyes of Lucifer. It also gives a Biblical fiction of how Lucifer fell from holiness to become Satan, our adversary the devil.