The author has examined the most confused and controversial topic of all the time. That is to say, The Origin Sin, or the sin that was committed by Adam and Eve. Thus, taking us back from the very beginning of the creation; according to the religious beliefs.
Following the Christians doctrine, Jesus was born, raised and died on the cross in order to break the burden of the Origin Sin. All in the name of paying the price of the damage that was done before his existence; washing away your sins and thus, achieving salvation or enlightenment at the end of the journey.
The concept of the original sin is the most misunderstood that resulted in the three major Abrahamic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam going their separate ways. The doctrine of the Origin Sin implies that there is no free-will and we must all follow in the footsteps of our father Adam and mother Eve. In other words, we are left without choice but to inherit their sins and expect to be judged accordingly.
Moreover, the Jews in the Old Testament and Muslims in the Qur’an (Koran), took a different approach of achieving salvation. These last two groups demolished the idea of a single individual dying for the sins of mankind and the sacrifice of blood as the only means of achieving salvation.