The Fruits of Eden - What really happened when Adam ate the forbidden fruit? - What is so attractive about Neo-Evangelicalism? - Is the retreat from Biblical Inerrancy intentional or accidental? - What is the true basis for personal salvation? - What has the Church Growth Movement done for the Church? - How did the sin of Adam affect History? - Who is the true owner of this world? The Fruits of Eden examines three main themes: Adam's Rebellion in the Garden of Eden The Inerrancy of the Bible Personal Salvation Focusing on these issues with evidence from history, the author, with keen perception, reveals the barrenness of Humanism. This book is a must read for anyone concerned with the state of the Church and the culture. David P. Pett was called to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ in 1951. He was married in April, 1952 while in the US Air Force. He and Evelyne, his bride, left Madison, WI to attend St. Paul Bible College. Released early from military service by the hand of God, they began their faith journey. They took classes together the first couple years; then pursued specific studies in view of their individual callings; Evelyne went into Christian Education; David studied the Bible and History. They have two children, Bethann (b.1961) and Nathan (b.1965). David is a teacher of the Word of God, a poet, and a singer. He expresses the absolutes of God in sermon, song, and poetry ten of his original poems being included in The Fruits of Eden.