The final image in that series raises an important point: Adam and Eve in so many ways exemplify why Christianity is morally bankrupt. In that story we learn numerous things. First of all, we learn that God believes women to be inferior and subservient. Second we find that God expects people to obey rules without understanding why. God literally wants slave morality. He wants Adam and Eve to obey him, but since they cannot conceive of right or wrong, they have literally no reason to obey God beyond fear. Even blind loyalty can't come in, because blind loyalty is still based on a (exceedingly simple) concept of right and wrong. Obviously we learn int he story that God created man explicitly so they could fall, since he is omnipotent and omniscient. We also learn that it is morally righteous to be ashamed of your own body. Lastly we learn that God believes in collective punishment on a scale that boggles the mind. Adam and Eve sinned, and so every single human being who will ever live must be punished.
Try using Christian morals one day. Punish a man's entire family when he breaks a rule that you never explained to him.