God, in the beginning, created everything. In six days, he makes out of nothing: darkness, lights, waters, land, trees, and so forth. And after that, God observed everything was well done. When it comes to creating “the Man,” he resembles himself making a reflection of pure love and care and deciding to place him in a better place. He went on to develop the garden of Eden, heading to the eastside to dwell on the most extraordinary creature of creation. God, among other things, followed to make the trees produce food, and the rivers run in many directions for his new guest. He observed that his most beloved creation looks bored and alone, so he had the marvelous idea of creating a partner from the man’s ribs who will be his companion and love him. “And God made the human in his image, in the image of God he created him, Male and Female He created them.” (Genesis 5).
After he blessed them and permitted them to eat from every fruit produced in the garden, they have been told not to eat from the tree of knowledge of the good and evil they obey. Nevertheless, the serpent encounters the woman and convinces her that it will not punish them with death. Instead, they will gain knowledge if they disobey and eat from the forbidden tree. The woman fell into the serpent’s trap, found the tree pleasurable to her eyes, ate it, and gave it to the man, which made their pureness and naivety disappear and made them realize they were naked and feel lust. Still, they did not feel ashamed but got confronted by their creator. Even though they failed him, he expels them from the garden of Eden, but he made clothing for them and still blessed them in another place.