posted on May, 16 2008 @ 12:30 PM
Here is what I wrote in another thread:
Inheriting the sins of our fathers is a reality. We can inherit physical attributes and defects, such as heart disease, blue eyes, etc. Without
intervention, we can take an example of a really sick family, and watch the same behaviors being passed down from one generation to another. Like
attracts like, and will produce a being that reflects it.
In our DNA it can be said that we inherited the Adamic sin. Shame is not a new emotion. We inherited toxic shame through ancestry that went all the
way back to the original couple, and has been imprinted on our DNA. It is not a stretch. In this sense we can say we inherited the sins of our
Addiction can be passed down in our DNA. Recently in scientific labs - scientists have finally found an 'addiction gene!'
Using the example above, it is not hard to see how we are the progeny of our ancestors. We then transfer our inherited - inborn sin, or defects down,
creating weaker generations, resulting in; a more diluted (gray) society.
We had to inherit sin and then have passed it down. Inheriting alcoholism or another addiction is a perfect example. That is a defect my friends!
What we do with our inherited sin is an entirely different matter!
Is God looking for perfection? Well, if he is, he is out of luck!
I think many of us are taking the whole "sin" thing too personally. It is a fact of life and one that a superior being would understand. Our
religious leaders or dogmatic family members, and self-righteous friends, judge far more critically than Jah does, or none of us would be here!
Of course, I am also looking at it from a mental health level. Take what you want and leave the rest.
I also agree that religion has "run" with this knowledge for centuries.