Depends on whether one sees Genesis as literal, or metaphor.
However if it's a metaphor, then what exactly is the whole religion about? Adam and Eve sinned because god didn't give them the ability to tell right from wrong, and mankind was horribly punished. The only thing that could chill god out over the whole thing was the human sacrifice of his own son. So if Genesis is metaphor, then what was mankind punished over? And why did god require the blood of his son to forgive something that never happened?
The whole thing is pretty mush senseless
@Johan: The theory of gravity is not factual? Hmph, good thing you were around, I was starting to think gravity was real.
@Hope Is A Certainty: "I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things." You don't need to blame someone for something they openly admit.