Adam and Eve

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ADAM AND EVE 

I. ARRIVAL OF ADAM AND EVE

1. The Adams and Eves are biologic uplifters. (580.1) 51:0.1

2. Van had long proclaimed the arrival of a Son of God. (822.5) 73:2.1

3. The secondary midwayers are indigenous to the Adamic missions. (583.5) 51:3.6

4. Adam and Eve arrived on Urantia, from A.D. 1934, 37,848 years ago.(828.1) 74:0.1

5. The bodies of Adam and Eve gave forth a shimmering light. (834.7) 74:6.5

6. Van proclaimed Adam and Eve rulers of Urantia. (830.1) 74:2.6

7. Their arrival brought the end of a dispensation with resurrection of sleeping survivors. (830.3) 74:2.8

8. Adam was confronted with confusion, degeneracy, and isolation—he had no one to advise him. (839.2) 75:1.1

II. THE GARDEN OF EDEN

1. The Garden provided homes and land for one million. (824.5) 73:5.1

2. The Father’s Temple was at the center of the Garden. (824.5) 73:5.1

3. The law of the Garden consisted of seven commandments:

  1. Health and sanitation.
  2. Social regulations.
  3. Trade and commerce.
  4. Fair play and competition.
  5. Home life.
  6. Golden rule.
  7. The seven moral rules. (836.1) 74:7.12

4. The tree of life was real. (825.8) 73:6.3

III. DEFAULT OF ADAM AND EVE

1. Through flattery and persuasion Eve was led to compromise the divine plan. (842.2) 75:3.9

2. The default consisted in the practice of good and evil. (842.5) 75:4.3

3. Solonia informed the pair of their default. (842.4) 75:4.2

4. Adam deliberately defaulted. He did not want to be separated from Eve. (843.4) 75:5.2

5. Nothing is ever gained by attempting circumventing short cuts of the divine plan. (846.4) 75:8.5

IV. THE SECOND GARDEN

1. Adam and twelve hundred followers went forth to the second garden. (844.4) 75:6.2

2. The pair learned that they were adjudged in default and had become human beings. (845.3) 75:7.3

3. The default of Adam was not the “fall of man.” (845.8) 75:8.1

4. Adam found the site of the second garden between the rivers vacated when he arrived. (847.4) 76:1.2

V. CAIN AND ABEL

1. Cain and Sansa were born enroute to the second garden. Laotta died. Eve adopted Sansa. (847.2) 76:0.2

2. Abel became a herder; Cain a farmer. (848.1) 76:2.1

3. Abel made animal offerings; Cain, the fruits of the field. (848.2) 76:2.2

4. At ages eighteen and twenty, the brothers’ hatred reached the point where Cain killed Abel. (848.5) 76:2.5

5. Cain fled to the land of Nod and married Remona. (849.3) 76:2.9

VI. THE VIOLET RACE

1. Adam and Eve were the founders of the violet race—the ninth human race. (850.7) 76:4.1

2. Adam’s progeny were more resistant to disease than the other Urantian races. (851.5) 76:4.7

3. The Adamites excelled in culture and produced the third alphabet. (850.4) 76:3.8

4. Adam and Eve had 105 children, many of whom contributed to the Andite race. (834.4) 74:6.2

5. Adam left 1,570 offspring of superior evolutionary races who also contributed to the founding of the mighty Andite race. (851.6) 76:4.8

VII. DEATH AND SURVIVAL OF ADAM AND EVE

1. Adam lived 530 years. Eve died nineteen years before Adam. (852.4) 76:5.5

2. The third day after death, Adam and Eve were repersonalized with 1,316 of their associates, in special resurrection No. 26. (853.3) 76:6.2

3. The Adamic acceleration of civilization was soon submerged. (854.1) 76:6.4

4. It is the people who make a civilization; civilization does not make the people. (854.1) 76:6.4

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