Here is a topic that has bothered me for many years. Since these questions could be construed as an attack on the very nature of God, don't write me off as a heretic. Christianity is based on the belief in a Supreme Being, we call God, who is all powerful and is able to do anything that is not against His own nature. Now God made man perfect and put him in a garden on the earth and allowed him to be tested by the Devil. Man failed the test and chose to sin against God. My questions are, Why was this perfect God not able to create a man who, of his own free will, would have chosen not to sin? Was this beyond God's possibility? Was Adam the best God could have done?