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Let’s say there is a man who owns a brand new $100,000 car. He decides he wants to take it out one day to go to the store and parks in a lot around a lot of other cars. When he comes out it has been stolen. When they find the thief and arrest him the thief says "Well you should have known better than to park it where someone may be tempted by it!" Is his argument going to work on the judge? No? Then why do some people think the same argument will work on the judge about the Tree of Knowledge?

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