Mistranslations Of Genesis 3 16 Poison All Verses On Women

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The way Genesis 3:16 – and its context – ought to read. 

The good context.

1. There was a very good Creator of all and the man and woman. (Genesis 1:1-2:3)

2. This loving Creator Lord was the loving author of marriage. (Genesis 2:21-24)

3. The husband and wife blissfully were naked and unashamed. (Genesis 2:15)

4. The Creator Lord came in the cool of the day for a walk together. (Genesis 3:8)

The attack.

1. Rebellious Satan made an unprovoked attack. (Genesis 3:1-5)

2. Jesus said Satan was the serpent tempter who was a murderous liar. (John 8:44)

3. The serpent tempted both. (used plural pronouns “you” – Genesis 3:1, 4-5)

4. The woman defended God and instructed the serpent as its ruler. (3:2-3)

5. In the lies, Satan challenged what the man had heard from the Creator Lord. (3:4)

6. Then Satan made the claim that deceived her and tempted the man to rebel. (3:5)

The disobedience.

1. The deceived woman took some fruit and ate it. (Genesis 3:6)

2. The man accepted some fruit and rebelling against God’s words he ate it. (Genesis 3:6)

3. Both knew they were naked and made loincloths to hide from each other. (Genesis 3:7)

4. Both hid themselves from the presence of God walking in the Garden. (Genesis 3:8)

5. God called out in a way that applied to either one. The man answered first. (Genesis 3:9)

6. God asked the man who spoke. The man hid that it was the serpent. (Genesis 3:10-11)

7. The man lied to God by deflecting blame to God and to the woman (Genesis 3:12)

8. The woman realized the truth and unmasked the serpent as the tempter. (Genesis 3:13)

The judgments.

There were different punishments for first- and second-degree sin. (Exodus 21:12-13)

The serpent-tempter and the man each received six-point parallel condemnations.

The woman received an eleven-word promise and explanation with no curse.

Judgment from God to the serpent tempter: for the first-degree sin of willful murder

1. Acting on the truthful report from the woman God cursed the serpent (Genesis 3:14)

2. God confirmed the spiritual battle between the woman and Satan (Genesis 3:15)

3. God began the Promise of the Good News of the victorious Offspring (Genesis 3:15)

4. God explained the woman’s Offspring would crush Satan’s head. (Genesis 3:15)

Judgment from God to the woman: for the second-degree sin of eating after deception

1. God confirmed the woman as “Enemy of Satan” (Genesis 3:15)

2. God completed the great Promise which concerned her conception (Genesis 3:15-16a)

3. God foretold her sorrowful-toil like the man because of the curse on the ground (3:16a)

4. God told her of the effort of childbirth since she had become mortal (Genesis 3:16b).

5. God foretold the happy news of children even though she was mortal (Genesis 3:16b)

6. God confirmed that she still lovingly desired her husband (Genesis 3:16c)

7. God warned that her rebellious husband would seek to rule over her (Genesis 3:16d)

Judgment from God to the man: for the first-degree sin of willful disobedience

1. For not listening to God, God cursed the ground the man was to work (Genesis 3:17)

2. God told the man of the effects of the curse on the ground. (Genesis 3:18-19a)

3. God told the man of the effects of mortality as the consequence of eating (Genesis 3:19b)

The poisonous mistranslations

(To be continued)

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