Question The fall of man, has been a very extreme topic for all man kind. Adam and Eve, disobedience open the door for the enemy to deposit sin, corruption, lies, evil desires, and cause man to be sentenced to death. God being the creator of man, kind compassionatley gave his son to save man from that destruction. “The consequences of the Fall were immediate and catastrophic. Adam and Eve were expelled from the Garden of Eden and cut off from the tree of life (Gen. 3:23-24). The earth, which had freely given of its fruit and crops, will now turn hostile, and human beings will have to work with the sweat of the brow to gain a hard-earned harvest (Gen. 3:17-19). Human reproduction will now be accompanied by pain and labor. Most importantly, the Fall explains why human beings are no longer at peace with our Creator. God’s verdict on Adam’s sin was immediate. As Genesis reveals and the New Testament affirms, when sin came, death came” ( Mohler, Albert).   There has been heated debates from the beginning of time, most of which cause division in biblical times because of the heresay of how the fall of man was redeemed by one man and that is Jesus Christ. In the New testament  Paul develops two major themes: the present corruption of nature is a result of the Fall of Adam and Eve, and the eschatological redemption of nature will free it from corruption and transform it to freedom and glory. One of the most profound New Testament expressions of God’s plan for the natural world is in Romans 8:19-23. It powerfully depicts the apocalyptic expectation that at the end of history God will reverse the damage from the Fall not only to humanity, but even to nature itself.