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Make Bible learning fun and interactive with colorful FREE Adam and Eve scripture story printables. Many other Bible stories also available for your flannel board or magnet board!

Printable Scripture Stories

Make Bible learning fun and interactive with colorful FREE Adam and Eve scripture story printables. Many other Bible stories also available for your flannel board or magnet board!

Bible Family Tree 14' x 39' Poster for Kids features some of the folks in the Old Testament who are in the Line of Jesus - from Adam and Eve, to David, and finally to Mary and Joseph.  Thirteen family members are illustrated.

Bible Family Tree for Kids Poster

Bible Family Tree 14' x 39' Poster for Kids features some of the folks in the Old Testament who are in the Line of Jesus - from Adam and Eve, to David, and finally to Mary and Joseph. Thirteen family members are illustrated.

adam and eve in art | Adam and Eve by Lucas Cranach the Elder | my daily art display

Adam and Eve by Lucas Cranach the Elder

adam and eve in art | Adam and Eve by Lucas Cranach the Elder | my daily art display

Adam And Eve Didn't Think Different

Adam And Eve Didn't Think Different

Eve, the apple and the serpent. Think upon this iconic triad.  The possibilities for involvement are multitudinous.

Eve, the apple and the serpent. Think upon this iconic triad. The possibilities for involvement are multitudinous.

art-and-things-of-beauty:   Karel van Veen (Dutch, 1898-1988), Adam and Eve, woodcut, 27,5 x 22 cm.

art-and-things-of-beauty: Karel van Veen (Dutch, 1898-1988), Adam and Eve, woodcut, 27,5 x 22 cm.

Satan, possessing the form of the serpent, quietly approaches the blissful Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.

Satan, possessing the form of the serpent, quietly approaches the blissful Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.

"Eve" Gail Potocki. 'Lilith was banished from the world of Adam and Eve but she occasionally managed to sneak back. It's often said that the serpent that tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden was none other than Lilith and many Medieval scenes of the Temptation show the serpent as a woman from the waist up, handing over the fatal fruit to bring about the Fall.'

"Eve" Gail Potocki. 'Lilith was banished from the world of Adam and Eve but she occasionally managed to sneak back. It's often said that the serpent that tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden was none other than Lilith and many Medieval scenes of the Temptation show the serpent as a woman from the waist up, handing over the fatal fruit to bring about the Fall.'

Charles Mahoney (English, 1903-1968), Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, exhibited 1936. Oil on canvas. Tate.

Charles Mahoney (English, 1903-1968), Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, exhibited 1936. Oil on canvas. Tate.

Genesis tells of Adam and Eve who partook of the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. Upon eating the fruit, they were thrust out of God's presence and had to live by the sweat of their own brow in a fallen world. As Renaissance  painters were influenced by Greek mythology, they began portraying the fruit as an apple. As a result, the apple became the symbol for knowledge, immortality, temptation, the fall of man and sin.

Genesis tells of Adam and Eve who partook of the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. Upon eating the fruit, they were thrust out of God's presence and had to live by the sweat of their own brow in a fallen world. As Renaissance painters were influenced by Greek mythology, they began portraying the fruit as an apple. As a result, the apple became the symbol for knowledge, immortality, temptation, the fall of man and sin.

Nowhere in the Bible does it say `Adam begat Cain.` Throughout the Old Testament, lineages are recorded in very specific terms, such as this person begat that person and so on. Those responsible for remembering and reciting the lore of tribes and nations took their job very seriously. Bloodline meant that one either belonged or didn't. So how do we explain this? .rense.com/general86/whopr.htm

Nowhere in the Bible does it say `Adam begat Cain.` Throughout the Old Testament, lineages are recorded in very specific terms, such as this person begat that person and so on. Those responsible for remembering and reciting the lore of tribes and nations took their job very seriously. Bloodline meant that one either belonged or didn't. So how do we explain this? .rense.com/general86/whopr.htm

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918). Adam and Eve (unfinished). 1917. Oil on canvas. Österreichische Galerie Belvedere - Vienna - Austria

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918). Adam and Eve (unfinished). 1917. Oil on canvas. Österreichische Galerie Belvedere - Vienna - Austria