Adamic perfection does not imply a lack of imperfection. At the very least we must admit that there was relational lacking in the pre-fall garden. Adam was alone and it was not good. Adam was perfect in a holistic manner; not in a individuated manner.


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  1. Huh? Though I don’t get the “holistic vs. individuated” (aren’t individuals holistic?) division, I have a follow up question to your statement. After Adam was NOT alone, wasn’t there still relational lacking? Why did Adam eat the fruit Eve offered when he knew it was wrong? Did he want Eve more than he wanted God?


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