by Anna Von Reitz
Today I actually had someone tell me that "Adam's Sin" was that he didn't control his wife.
I about fell off my chair.
Let's get this straight, folks.
Adam's sin was that he disobeyed God and ate the "fruit" same as Eve, and then he turned around and compounded this sin by not manning up and trying to blame and scapegoat his wife for something that he did on his own two flat feet.
Eve was deceived by the half-truths of Satan--- the most beautiful and wiliest of all the angels, an adversary that Jesus wrestled for a full forty days, sold her a Bill of Goods. She was overcome by a most terrible Adversary.
But Adam? He was overcome by his wife?