Note that parents may find this objectionable for reading by children, or find the whole subject objectionable themselves. A preface comments on the term, carnal knowledge, what it portends and the significance of sex as a path to life through knowledge as well as the procreation process. We note how Freudian like interpretation found on the Internet and elsewhere are debasing Genesis with sensual exegesis. Chapter 1 opens with the Garden of Eden, the significance of the two trees in the middle of the garden. The belly button is in the middle of the body and relates to reproduction but is closed off at birth. The genitalia of men and women are more or less in the middle of the body. Taking the garden as allegory for the body, the trees are the genitals. The snake about the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil would indicate the male member. Biblical wisdom literature calls wisdom a tree of life. That fits the second tree and would be the vulva. Satan and angels are called the sons of God and so have some type of sexual identity. The Bible speaks of the sons of God impregnating human women. We bring in the Michelangelo portrayal of the fall of man. Looking at the cover image of this work, you should see the suggestion of fellatio, rather the choice between Adam and Satan, where Satan is much more symbolic, the snake suggesting the penis in its normal flaccid state. We counter that the tree of life is in fact an allegory or symbol for wisdom as life, literally wisdom, that the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil is really a deceptive name for a tree of ignorance and so in counterpoint to the tree of life, a tree of death. The garden is the symbol for life and life on this planet in particular. Chapter 2 discusses manna from heaven. Attempts have been made to call semen the bread of life and portraying Jesus as bisexual or homosexual. If the Church is the bride, do not men marry Jesus? We counter that milk, cheese or dairy products mixed with honey, bodily foods for children and men are more apt. We note that the congregants are the children of the Church, not individual brides of the Church, an offensive statement. We discuss the parable of the ten virgins as a false logical extension. We as humans are clearly children to God and always will be. Chapter 3 covers the question of good and evil. Conscience must be innate to exist. Adam and Eve were already like God by design, and Satan sold Eve what she already had. She also surely had a conscience. Rote learning does not a conscience make. The snake represents nature at its coarsest level, a beast low to the dirt and sly in behavior, prone to deception, smothering victims from the breath of life (symbolically the breath from God to man), the whole nature worship of paganism and false teaching manifest here by the snake. We clearly reject the sin tree as a source of wisdom. It is the other tree and these do not correspond to sexual appetite.