"Darwin’s theory of evolution cannot and does not explain human consciousness, the human spirit. As a result, evolutionists deny consciousness exists independent of the body and claim this is a trick played on us by the brain. Theologians speak of a one and only mighty consciousness, their supernatural god, and conveniently forget the Bible says we were made in that god’s image. This means we too are endowed with higher consciousness. Pretending to be in opposition with each other, promoters of religious belief and positivist materialist scientists are keeping Earth people unaware of their spiritual nature, and this too is no accident.
When we pay close attention to the meaning of certain passages in the story of Adam and Eve in the Bible, we find out the scribes basically admit man made significant growth in consciousness awareness by committing the so-called original sin by feeding on the fruits of the forbidden tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Among others, that caused Adam and Eve to become aware they were naked, something apparently they did not realize until that time. As a result, they would now experience shame, says the Bible, and god expelled them from his private garden. That, however, forces churches and synagogues into being confronted with the mother of all theological dilemmas.
The Bible tells us god created man in his image, the god in the Bible acts and speaks like a human being after all, and our theologians tell us god is aware of everything. The question arising fluently from that is South Park funny: was the Genesis god aware of his nakedness? The Bible says nothing about that but the logical answer could only be, yes he was. A god who looked like the man he created and behaved like a flesh and blood male must have been as naked as Adam and Eve were, and since the Bible says he was aware of everything, he must have been aware of his own nakedness. The same Bible does not say he was ashamed of being naked, which means he had no reasons to wear clothes. Indeed, it appears the nude movement might have gotten an earlier start than previously thought. It is either that, or the story in the Bible is not true.
Picture a human-like male god naked chitchatting with a naked Adam and a naked Eve under the trees of the Garden of Eden. True, in those days they did not have the Christian Right to complain about their lewd behavior. That said Michelangelo came actually very close to depicting that reality on the Sistine Chapel ceiling. So close that after his death the church hired artist Daniele da Volterra to cover up some of the genitals, and while during the restoration work done in the 1980s these prude additions by other artists were removed, the Volterra breeches, how his fig leaves and loincloths are known to the art connaisseur, were left untouched.
There is an even bigger doctrinal problem caused by this awkward Genesis episode. The question is now, is being aware a godly quality, or a curse? In other words, is being aware a bad consequence of the original sin, as the Bible and the church dogma imply, or is this something that makes us like gods, as one of the Genesis gods states: “The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil.” (Genesis 3:22) The church cannot have it both ways, yet it certainly went for that for two thousand years now."