The serpent was doomed to disgrace and destruction;
the woman was doomed to sorrow in child-bearing and subserviency to her husband;
and the man was doomed to sorrow, disappointment, and hard labor ( Genesis 3:14-19 ).
Remote Results. Man's will power was doubtless weakened by transgression, but he still had the power to partake of the tree and life and live forever ( Genesis 3:22-24 ). His memory was doubtless weakened by sin, but he remembered all the circumstances of the temptation and transgression ( Genesis 3:1-13 ). His reason was doubtless weakened by disobedience, but he was able to attempt to shift the responsibility from his shoulders when confronted with the results of his crime ( Genesis 3:12Genesis 3:13 ).
Causes of Sin and Death. Sin, death, and their terrible consequences were brought about by