The first of the Free Will series by author I. M. Probulos poses a very simple question: What would have happened if Eve refused to eat the apple in the Garden of Eden? For seven days we follow God, Adam, Eve and the nefarious snake as they discuss and debate the pros and cons of knowing the difference between good and evil. The fall of man was the single most important decision mankind ever faced. This is a "tongue in cheek" retelling of the story with a completely different ending.
Adam and Eve Revisited asks you to consider numerous issues: good and evil, the goodness of God, free will, damnation by probability, and, of course, when did snakes learn to talk anyway? This humorous, insightful and thought-provoking tale will make you wonder–what could have been?
Most non-believers and skeptics will recognize the numerous references and jokes contained within. For the faithful, this version may make you uncomfortable but, hopefully, like other I. M. Probulos publications, it will make you think. And maybe even question the veracity of this story as well as the mythology behind the tale..
Can anyone imagine a world like the Garden of Eden, where there is no sin, no death and no evil? It is most difficult but that....of course...is The Other God's Earth, the follow-up story to this one.
Be sure to read the sample so you know the tone of the story before you purchase.
I. M. Probulos