I've decided not to eat the fruit. I will fully trust in GOD.
I find this bit to be very interesting actually.
So, tell us, ILY, when did God come to you and ask you personally if you wanted to bite the fruit or not? Since you "decided not to eat the fruit" I take it you are sinless and as innocent as Adam and Eve were before they ate the fruit. Strangely I was never asked.
You see, the point is that according to your bible mankind as a whole is forever doomed by sin. trillions of people that have lived and trillions of people that have yet to live are damned straight from birth because of the actions of two. And your "good" and "just" God is not only okay with that but was the one who put that kind of system in place.
Tell me, ILY, do you consider it good and just to condemn all for the actions of two? According to your bible even the newborn child is worthy of damnation to everlasting torture in hell, not for the child's own actions but for Adam and Eve's little snack in the Garden Eden.
Would you be ok with being arrested for something your grandfather did? How about being arrested for something one of your ancestors did during the dark ages? Somehow I doubt you'd find kind words for judicial system that would work like that.
I can already guess that your first answer will be that for just this reason God has sent Jesus and how absolutely fantastic that is.
But it is not in any way good or just, if you dare to look at it with open eyes, ILY. The injustice of being found guilty for something you did not do yourself still remains.
Not to mention that the whole Jesus affair is a case of a thinly veiled extortion racket. According to believers Jesus died on the cross "for our sins" (the sin of Adam and Eve eating the fruit, inherited by every human) and so he paid the price for us. But, and it's a big but here, that's only the case if you believe in him and do all that he wants. If you don't, you'll be tortured for all eternity.
Imagine going to a club but you don't get inside. You're informed that a generous person has already paid your entrance fee for you, so that you can go in.
Sounds awesome, doesn't it? That generous person is really wonderful.
But then you are told you may only proceed if you blow the bouncer first. If you refuse, the buddies of the bouncer will drag you off into an alley and beat you senseless for the rest of the night.
That doesn't sound as awesome anymore, does it?
That's the kind of "generous offer" you're presented with in the form of Jesus.