Scientists And Theologians Agree That Pumpkin Spice Was Forbidden Fruit In Eden
For thousands of years it has been a mystery. It has been debated by the greatest minds. But now we know what forbidden fruit was hanging on the tree of knowledge of good and evil. It was not an apple. It was not a persimmon. It was not a coconut.
“It was pumpkin spice.” Those are the words of Adam Guthrie, a direct descendant of the original Adam from Garden of Eden fame. Adam is also a botanist, as well as an ordained minister in the Free Methodist Church. “I am a believer. I believe the Bible explicitly. I am also a scientist. As I was studying on the story of Adam and Eve, I began to think, what fruit was on that tree? I traveled to present-day Iraq where many believe Eden would have been. After about three months of research, I found evidence of an ancient tree that produced fruit which tasted like pumpkin spice.”
There are no more pumpkin spice trees today, even though pumpkin spice has made a real comeback over the last decade. Guthrie says this makes sense. “This tree seems to have a had a very short life on planet Earth. But its impact is still being felt through powder form. When Eve ate from it and gave to Adam to eat, it set the wheels in motion for all of humanity to die. In fact, I believe the Holy Spirit led me to the discovery. God asked me, ‘When did Eve eat the forbidden fruit?’ I said, ‘I don’t know.’ He said, ‘At the start of the Fall.’ Then God asked, ‘What is the worst things about the Fall?’ I replied, ‘Pumpkin spice.’”
Then it all fell into place for the reverend botanist. “It was like a light went on over my head. The most popular food accessory in the Fall is pumpkin spice. Our broken culture just can’t get enough of it. It brings death. It is awful. It ruins everything. But we love it. And that’s when I realized. The farther we get from Eden, the more we will desire the forbidden fruit. My advice is to stay away from pumpkin spice. It destroyed our ancestors and will destroy us as well.”