I'll add a couple more:
How is it that Adam, who I'd argue was closer to God than any human since, was so unimpressed with God that he challenged his will? I mean, if God is all this and that, and so worthy of this and that, how is it that Adam was so quick to disobey? Why was his relationship with God and life in the garden so unfulfilling?
Why didn't Adam and Eve have any children before the fall? I find it strange how that fits together nicely in the story.
I think it's pretty safe to say, God wasn't shocked that the man he created in his image decided to do his own thing. As with most, if not all, the bible stories, God prefers to let man fall to the bottom doing things his own way then raise him up doing things God's way. That pretty much seems like the theme of the whole bible.
I'd say biblical free will is an intentional flaw set up in mankind. Dare I say a flaw to cater to God's ego?
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