0018 Paul’s aside fits the triadic structure found in A Primer on the Category-Based Nested Form.
Here is a picture for humans after Adam and before Moses.
0019 The normal context of the imputed Mosaic Law3 brings the actuality of sin2 into relation with the possibilities inherent in death1.
0020 Now, if I erase the normal context3 and potential1 and replace them with items from the stories of Adam and Eve, I produce the following nested form.
The normal context of the Garden of Eden3 brings the actuality of sin2 into relation with the potential of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil1.
0021 These two nested forms complement one another. The theological implications cannot be ignored. The Garden of Eden marks a transition from the Lebenswelt that we evolved in to our current Lebenswelt. The first singularity is a scientific hypothesis concerning the nature of this transition. The Mosaic law associates to our current Lebenswelt.
Adam and Eve are not the first humans.
Adam and Eve are fairy tale figures, standing at the portal to our current Lebenswelt.
Fairy tale figures are larger than life.