Topics: Adam and Eve, Satan, Serpent Pages: 1 (303 words) Published: December 5, 2012
Perelandra chapter 1
The major figures in the temptation scene according to Genesis chapter 3 are the serpent and the Woman and the serpent, to my understanding, Eve showed the most intelligence since she knew that God had forbidden the from eating the fruits of the tree but then blamed the serpent for convincing her that the she shall not surely die from eating the fruits of the tree, she also knew that the tree was good for food and could make them wise therefore she ate the fruits. After Adam and Eve ate the fruits that God had forbidden them from eating, God declared that their relationship with the serpent was over and that they will be enemies of one another. where Eve brings evil to human beings for accepting what the Serpent had said to her. Lewis faced a lot of challenges before reaching to Ransome, He was afraid that he will sooner or later meet with the "Eldils" and that he might get "drawn in" where he meant the idea on which human beings come face the reality and challenges of their lives. He also faced the challenges of the wall of resistance which he describes that i t pulled him backwards and also the door was locked. The Evil is behind it. Lewis and Ransome are friends according to his definition of friendship because a friend in need is a friend indeed, and we see here that Lewis despite the circumstances that he faced on the way, he still made his way to mars to join hs friend Ransome. Their mission together was to led the people know that there's is existence between God and Satan and also to show that God created the universe and it's creatures, and that supernatural things can indeed happen to human life.
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