• I guess we wont know until we die
  • Why would they be? Left in the middle of nowhere without any direction, sore ribs, a snake and an apple. Amazing they did as well as they did. What kind of Lord do you believe in, small and petty?
  • Did Adam and Eve go to a burning hell to be tormented forever? If God had purposed to punish them in that way, surely he should have warned them to that effect. Jehovah would then have said to Adam: ‘If you eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and bad you will go to hell and be tormented forever and ever.’ But God said nothing of the sort. Then did he change the penalty for the crime after it had been committed? even imperfect men realize that to be unjust. Surely God is not less just than man, is He? Eve and Adam confessed to their willful sin. They had no basis for asking for His forgiveness and they did not ask for it, for that would have meant for God to set aside his own law. Contrary to what the Devil had said by means of the serpent, God justly stuck to his law and sentenced Adam and Eve to death. He did not sentence them to everlasting life in a place of fiery torment; he sentenced them to what his law had stated, death. This meant that they must return to the place from which Adam had been taken, to the dust of the ground, thus to a state of nonexistence.
  • Adam and Eve are dead they died for their sins. According to Bible apocrypha and pseudo apocrypha God said to Adam and Eve if you repent of your sins And take care to obey me the rest of your life I will raise you up in the day Of judgment to a resurrection of life.. Keep in mind that these scriptures are in the pseudo apocrypha and not in the Bible Canon. According to the Bible Adam and Eve are dead and the dead are conscious of nothing that's as far as the Bible takes it
  • Hell and Heaven don't exist, so they won't be there. And since Adam & Eve are make-believe cult characters, it's obvious that you'll find them (along with Heaven and Hell) all in the same place: Imagination Land
  • Well first off if you believe in Adam and Eve then you believe in the what the Bible said about them, right? So if we go to the bible at Genesis 3:19 KJV "In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return." So clearly this said that Adam and Eve died. So then what happened to them afterward? Did they go to Heaven or Hell? God had given Adam and Eve a choice; life on earth forever for their obedience, or death for their disobedience. So then what happens at dearth? If we go to Ecclesiastes chapter 9: 4-6 which says "4 There is hope for whoever is among the living, because a live dog is better off than a dead lion.5 For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing at all, nor do they have any more reward, because all memory of them is forgotten.6 Also, their love and their hate and their jealousy have already perished, and they no longer have any share in what is done under the sun. then 10 goes on to say "Whatever your hand finds to do, do with all your might, for there is no work nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom in the Grave, where you are going." If we us these scriptures to examine the Hellfire doctrine that stats that a person is living in torment, doesn't match up to the scripture we just read. So to sum it up; using the scriptures in Genesis and Ecclesiastes we can say that Adam and Eve are just Dead. I hope the was useful and if you would like more information on Bible topics please login to
  • Adam and Eve are in Sheol. In Hebrew it is the grave or the pit, a resting place of the body, until the last resurrection. Psalm 6:5 "For in death there is no remembrance of You; in Sheol who will give You praise?" 1 Samuel 2:6 "The LORD kills and brings to life; He brings down to Sheol and raises up."

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