The Book of Genesis Q & A (brief synopsis) - There's a lot more to the creation story than the Christian church has lead everyone to believe. I delve into its "hidden" truths extensively in my book, Identity - Lost in the Tears of Cretins, but I will be doing a brief synopsis here based on frequently asked questions.
Q: Were their actual trees & fruit in the garden of Eden?
A: NO. Solomon said wisdom was a tree of life in Proverbs 3:18. This means the trees in the garden were various ministers/ministries of God.
Genesis 2:9 said the fruit that the trees bore were pleasing to the site of God. So when Adam partook of these ministries he became pleasing to God's sight.
Q: Were Adam & Eve really naked?
A: NO. Nakedness represents shame in the Bible. The Bible always talks about a woman covering her shame, and revealing it to her husband only. It is not solely relegated to physical nakedness, because 1st Cor. 14 says that a woman's opinion is also her shame, and should be kept for her husband. Also, a shameless woman shall be counted as a dog, according to Eccl 26:25. Therefore Adam and Eve's nakedness means they revealed to someone else what was solely meant for God
Q: Was the serpent an actual snake?
A: NO...The serpent as well as all of the beasts of the field were actual people. The original beasts of the field were the ancestors of white people (the Neanderthal races)...Amos 4:1 call women who cheat on their husbands cows (modern day heifer). Christ called the Canaanite woman a dog in Matthew 15:26 (modern day bitch).
Q: Why did God call for Adam if he and his wife were the only people on earth?
A: God created men and women in the 6th day. Every translation uses the terms, He created "THEM", which signifies multitudes. Adam was separated from "THEM" and was the first to receive the breath of life in the 8th day. God couldn't find them because they were no longer pleasing to his sight after partaking of the forbidden fruit. They blended in with the multitudes of other people who also inhabited the earth during that time.