What is the Adamic nature?

The Adamic nature is a result of the curse of the Fall of Adam that has plagued the human family since God created man. The Adamic nature stems from the “Original Sin” committed in the Garden of Eden. Every man, woman, and child on planet Earth is born with it. Jesus came to rid man from it. Glory!

The Adamic Nature is a subject of the Bible that is not taught on much today in our Modern Religious World. One reason is because the Adamic Nature (man’s propensity to sin) is highly misunderstood. Another reason is because there are divided opinions on the Adamic Nature that vary from denomination to denomination. Some say that Christian’s always live with the Adamic nature. Others say that Christian’s can never get rid of it. I personally am led to believe the Bible teaches the Christian can be rid of the Adamic Nature’s stronghold through crucifixion of self, and the Baptism with the Holy Ghost that follows the new birth.

Here are some Biblical terms used throughout the Bible to express the Adamic nature or man’s inherited propensity to sin against God.

The “Law of Sin and Death” is a spiritual expression of the Adamic nature used in (Romans 8). This Law of Sin and Death is man’s knowledge of the inner inclination that cause’s sinful man to do wrong.

The “Flesh” is the physical expression of the Adamic nature. This is the physical act of wrong that a sinful man does in the eyes of God.

The “Carnal Mind” is the mental expression of the Adamic nature. This is the actual thinking behind sinful man’s wrongdoing in the eyes of God.

All the above terms are something man has knowledge of. Law brings knowledge. Knowledge brings obligation, or responsibility.

Rom 8:2…For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death.

The law of sin and death is mans knowledge of the inner, the physical, and the mental capacity of indwelling sin. Indwelling sin is not the act of sin, it’s the nature within man that causes man to sin.

Jesus came to forgive sin and rid man of the Adamic nature. We can confess the act of sin, but Jesus has to get rid of the Adamic nature that cannot be confessed.

About rickroehm

Since 1988 I’ve been writing and doing service for the Lord. It all began in 1987 after a personal walk began with the Lord. This personal walk with the Lord I speak of turned into extensive Bible studies and later evolved into blogging in early 2000. At present I write, author, and publish several different sites on the Internet. My Blogs contain a vast library of Theological writings, teaching videos, and preaching audios that currently go around the globe for the cause of Christ. I write at Christian Blessings on Wordpress, Holy Hubert Lindsey Group on Facebook, Churches on Trial at Google, publish You Tube videos, record sermons at holy.sermon.net, etc. I also pastor a Church called the Upper Room in Williamsburg, Ohio . My secular Blog called Southwestern Ohio Fishing on Wordpress is where I write about experiences with my son and fishing partner Chad where we together enjoy Mother Nature’s beauty mixed with Father God’s creation. At Southwestern Ohio Fishing Blog I also publish favorite recipes for those who enjoy eating and cooking as much as this writer does. Thanks for sharing your time and life with this writer at the Blogs. Here's more access to my ministry and fishing Blog if you'd care to check them out further. Bible Truth Christian Blessings Holy Hubert Group Facebook Churches on Trial Hubert Lindsey YouTube videos The Upper Room Southwestern Ohio Fishing Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate it! God Bless!
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4 Responses to What is the Adamic nature?

  1. Pingback: The Adamic Nature…a systematic theology and Internet library | ChristianBlessings

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  3. ptl2010 says:

    Amen! Praise the Lord He has provided the Way.

  4. debradoo says:

    We are indeed commanded to walk in the spirit. And to put on the new man. And to renew our stinking thinking. Good hub!

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