Of course only ‘unintelligent’ Christians would believe in the Genesis story of Adam & Eve as a real life event that actually happened—in fact, most well learned pastors, theologians and Bible scholars agree that the Adam & Eve story is just a metaphor.
In 2014, staunch Catholic-Cardinal George Pell made headlines when he described the biblical story of Adam and Eve as a myth.
The cardinal made this comment when he appeared alongside renowned evolutionary biologist and atheist-Professor Richard Dawkins, on the ABC’s Q&A program.
At the time, Cardinal Pell said the existence of Adam and Eve was not a matter of science but rather a mythological account.
“It’s a very sophisticated mythology to try to explain the evil and the suffering in the world,” he said.
Today, almost every well learned Christian accept the fictional nature of one of the most popular Biblical stories-Adam and Eve but we still have those credulous religious people who hold unto this as a true event that actually happened.
Following Ghanaian musician-Mzbel’s saying she does not believe in the Biblical ‘Jesus Christ’ story, a comment which has become the talk of Ghana—Ghanaian musician/comedian has also taken to social media to say; he regards the ‘Adam & Eve’ story as Kwaku Ananse story; that is what it is though…
What A-Plus just said is the existing consensus amongst educated Christians all around the world on the biblical story of ‘Adam and Eve’.